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Deleted Safari!? Just deleted Safari of my macbook, how can I retrieve it?

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    I completely deleted Safari from my mac laptop. How can I get to an internet server so I can download it again?

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Well, when you say completely delete, did you remove it from your dock or did you also remove it from applications? If you removed it from your dock, you can easily navigate to Finder -> Applications -> and open up Safari.

If you have competently removed it, you'll need to redownload it from another computer, save the installer to a USB drive, copy it over to your Mac, and run the installer.

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Redownload safari from apple.com

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