Many web sites specifically mention to open a webpage in a different web browser for it to work properly. For example, my university webpage does not allow to fill online application forms unless you open it in Internet Explorer. One way to do this is to start a different web browser, type the webpage address manually and open the site. But if you are using Apple Safari, then you can quickly switch a web page in a different installed web browser. Here is how :
- Open a web site in the Apple Safari web browser.
- On the top-right side, you would see a settings gears like icon. Click on it and select Preferences as shown
- Select the Advanced tab in the Preferences window.
- Select the checkbox labeled Show Develop menu in menu bar as shown
- Close the Preferences window to save the settings.
- Click the Alt key on your keyboard once to make the menubar appear.
- Now from the menubar, you can select Develop → Open Page With and select one of the web browser from the list.
- This would make the current web page in Safari to be opened in the selected web browser.