Supported browsers for Power BI and Fabric

Power BI and Fabric are designed to work with any of the supported modern browsers mentioned here. However, performance differs depending on your choice of a browser. If you're using Internet Explorer in particular, which is no longer supported by Power BI or Fabric, you might encounter worse performance. We strongly recommend a supported modern browser, like Microsoft Edge. If you still encounter unacceptable performance, test other supported modern browsers to see if they provide better results for your Power BI solution.

Power BI supports these browsers on all platforms where they're available:

  • Microsoft Edge version 120 and later.
  • Chrome desktop latest version and Windows 10 version 1703 and later.
  • Safari Mac latest version.
  • Firefox desktop latest version. Firefox might change the fonts used in Power BI.


Power BI and Fabric don't run in any browsers in iOS10 or previous versions.


Power BI and Fabric use the Segoe UI font for text as its default, and the Din font for numbers, and other fonts when creating reports, dashboards, and other items. These fonts might not be available on non-Windows computers such as Macs. As a result the font, alignment of items, and visuals for the same report look different when viewed on a Windows computer versus a Mac.

The Calibri and Cambria fonts are only installed on Macs that have Microsoft Office installed. They're not included in the default set of fonts on Macs.

Limitations and considerations

  • If you're creating reports viewed on Mac computers, select fonts that display properly on Macs. These links provide information about which fonts are available on Macs. Microsoft doesn't support these links. They're provided only for reference and further reading.
  • Enable third-party cookies. Many areas of Power BI require third party cookies. Ensure that third-party cookies are enabled in your browser settings.
    • Microsoft Edge: Select Settings > Cookies and site permissions > Cookies and data stored > Manage and delete cookies and site data. Ensure that Allow is toggled on and Block 3rd-party cookies is turned off. Optionally, scroll to Allow and add
    • Chrome: Select Settings > Privacy and security > Third-party cookies and ensure that third-party cookies isn't turned off. Optionally, add to Allowed to use third-party cookies.
    • Firefox: Settings -> Privacy and security -> Cookies and site data -> Manage exceptions and add