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Change default RSS reader on Mac OS X (News feed reader)

As you may already know, Apple Mail can be used as an RSS reader to subscribe to news feeds on websites. So, out-of-the-box, Mac OS X will have Apple Mail automatically configured to be the default news reader on your computer, but as you'll learn in this tutorial, this can be changed quite easily. And since one of the best RSS readers is designed for Mac, trying out another reader may well be worth your time (it used to be shareware, but it is now freeware). Correctly setting the default RSS reader on your Mac is useful, since it will automatically launch when you click on an RSS feed inside a web page or website, regardless of the web browser you happen to be using at the time.

Make another RSS reader the default on your Mac

Follow these simple steps to change the default RSS reader on Mac OS X:

When you have finished customizing your RSS reader settings in Mac Mail, hit Esc to close the Preferences dialog and hit Return (or click "Save") to apply your new options.

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