Tuesday, June 12, 2007

Google Operating System: Apple Releases Safari for Windows

 The post includes some screen shots and notes that perhaps the most important thing about Safari for Windows is that web developers targeting Safari (including iPhone) will no longer need a Mac to do compatibility testing etc.

For a browser that claims to be the most innovative in the world, Safari doesn't bring too many new features: private browsing that lets you pause the web history, resizable text fields, clever inline find, progress bar included in the address field.
I also don't understand how a company that promotes elegance and simplicity tries to install QuickTime with all their software and bundles Bonjour, a service that detects shared devices on your local network, with a browser.

Google Operating System

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