Monday, June 11, 2007

Safari, Apple's Super Charged Browser

Apple is currently offering Safari 3 for open beta for XP and Vista. I just downloaded it, and its freakin' hot (although I haven't figured how to change the theme or color, I'm stuck with the default gray)! Some great features include some font smoothing for you LCD or flatscreen users, a built in RSS reader for bloggers, and most importantly blazing fast overall performance! Download your copy copy here! Here's a list of Apple's claim on Safari's performance (taken from Apple):
  1. Blazing Performance2x Faster

    Safari is the fastest web browser on any platform.

  2. Elegant User Interface

    Safari’s clean look lets you focus on the web — not your browser.

  3. Easy Bookmarks

    Organize your bookmarks just like you organize music in iTunes.

  4. Pop-up Blocking

    Say goodbye to annoying pop-up ads and pop-under windows.

  5. Inline Find

    Search any text on any website with the integrated Find banner.

  6. Tabbed BrowsingTabs

    Open and switch between multiple web pages in a single window.

  1. SnapBackSnapback

    Instantly snap back to search results or the top level of a website.

  2. Forms AutoFill

    Let Safari complete online forms for you, automatically and securely.

  3. RSSBuilt-in RSS

    RSS tells you when new content is added to your favorite sites.

  4. Resizable Text Fields

    Resize text fields on any website: Just grab the corner and drag.

  5. Private Browsing

    Keep your online activities private with a single click.

  6. SecuritySecurity

    Apple engineers designed Safari to be secure from day one.




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1 comment:

alvinwriter said...

As predicted, people would want to try out Safari as soon as Apple made its announcement of a Windows version of the browser. If Apple says it's the fastest and easiest to use in the whole world, people would want to know if it's true. But Apple should be careful. Trust after all, is very fragile. http://www.thenewsroom.com/details/407911?c_id=wom-bc-ar

- Alvin from The Sci-Tech Desk at TheNewsRoom.com