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Comments: Safari now on Microsoft Windows too

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Today I discovered via the website Digg that Apple has released the Safari 3 public beta: The world's best browser - according to Apple - now on Windows, too. So I downloaded the Windows version of this browser and decided to give it a try on my Compaq Presario running Microsoft Windows XP.

Read the rest of Safari now on Microsoft Windows too.

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It can be zippity in some pages, but in the age of broadband, who cares?

Posted by John at 20:13 GMT on 11 June 2007

Thanks John, that's quite a list.

So far I haven't been able to crash Safari, and Firefox crashes here maybe once a fortnight.

I agree with you that Apple should switch to the orange RSS icon, which somewhat has become the defacto standard.

I also noticed the lack of the status bar but I guess most users wouldn't miss it - I did though.

Due to the short time I have been playing with Safari I haven't seen the other issues you mentioned yet. But based on the description I would say that most should be fixed. The theme didn't bother me too much, but I can imagine that quite some users would prefer a native looking theme.

Posted by John Bokma at 21:37 GMT on 11 June 2007

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