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Getting Started: Browser settings to personalize Google News
If you'd like to personalize Google News, you'll need to make sure JavaScript is turned on and that your browser is up to date. Up-to-date browsers include Mozilla Firefox 0.8 (or newer), Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0 (or newer), Safari 1.2.2 (or newer), Netscape 7.1 (or newer), Mozilla 1.4 (or newer), Opera 7.54 (or newer), and Google Chrome. If you use personalized News without signing in, you'll also need to make sure your cookies are enabled.
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