The chances are you found this website because you have bought a new Apple Mac and are looking for your favourite Windows browser, Internet Explorer. Unfortunately, you are out of luck. Internet Explorer for Mac was discontinued by Microsoft in 2003. You should really download a more modern browser such as Chrome or Firefox, or try out Apple’s standard browser Safari. If you’re curious, you can download IE for your Mac OS X Computer from this site, but it requires Mac OS X 10.1.5 to 10.6 and either a Power PC processor, or the Rosetta application if you have a newer Intel Mac.
This website is dedicated to preserving Internet Explorer for Mac OS X, as it is no longer available for download from Microsoft. Many people, especially those new to Macs and OS X, will not even know that Internet Explorer existed for Mac. You can also read a little about its history and view a gallery of how this old browser now displays modern websites.
PLEASE NOTE: As of Mac OS X 10.7, legacy applications such as this can no longer be launched using Rosetta. This means that Internet Explorer for Mac will not work unless you have Mac OS X 10.6 or lower. If you have Mac OS X 10.7 or above, you will need to install OS X 10.6 on a virtual machine using a program such as VMWare Fusion to run Internet Explorer. You can read more about this on the download page.