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Is there an IE version for Mac 10.7.5? Alternatives?
Hi and Welcome. My Name is XXXXX XXXXX I look forward to assisting you today with your question.

Unfortunately, No. There is no IE for Mac OS X 10.7.5. There was one, but hasn't updated for long time and it won't work with your Mac OS X 10.7

Some gov websites are designed only for Windows's Internet Explorer. Those won't work on other browsers. It seems like the site you mentioned above is one of those sites. Let's try a workaround to run that website on your Mac.

In Safari, click on Develop menu, select User Agent. Select Internet Explorer in there. This will trick that website thinking that it is browsing in Internet Explorer.

If you can't find Develop menu in Safari, do the steps below;

  • Click Safari menu and select Preferences
  • From the Preferences window, select Advanced Tab
  • Turn on "Show Develop Menu in Menubar" checkbox
  • A 'Develop' menu will appear in the Menubar

Other alternative is, install Windows on your Mac using Virtualization or Apple Bootcamp OR use application like VirtualBox. See here :

Let me know if you need information about how to install Windows on your Mac.

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