Wednesday, June 13, 2007

Compiler - Review: Safari for Windows Offers No Compelling Reason to Switch - Wired Blogs

 Another Safari reality check

Apple's second major foray into the Windows world, after iTunes, is a curious choice. Safari has never been especially well-regarded as a browser, even among Mac users, and the new Windows version will do little to convince people in the Microsoft camp to make a switch.

Overall, the new Safari 3 beta for Windows XP seems a competently-built browser with a few interesting usability enhancements, plus the promise of potentially increased security. However, it has no "must-have" features to win people over from other browsers, and a host of small annoyances mean that, for most people, this is a browser to avoid.

Compiler - Wired Blogs

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