Apple Released Safari Browser For Windows

Apple Inc. at its developer conference on Monday announced that it plans to make available a version of its Safari Web browser for rival Microsoft Corp.'s Windows operating systems. The beta is now available for download at the Safari Home page. Download Safari 3.0 will run on Windows XP and Windows Vista in addition to […]

Apple Inc. at its developer conference on Monday announced that it plans to make available a version of its Safari Web browser for rival Microsoft Corp.'s Windows operating systems.

The beta is now available for download at the Safari Home page.

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Safari 3.0 will run on Windows XP and Windows Vista in addition to Mac OS X Leopard, company chief executive Steve Jobs announced during his inaugural keynote address.

Early benchmarks show the Apple browser to render both HTML and JavaScript at speeds more than twice as fast as Microsoft's Internet Explorer browser. Under iBench's HTML benchmark test, Safari rendered the page in 2.2 seconds compared to 3.7 for FireFox and 4.6 for Internet Explorer.

Similarly, Safari completed an iBench JavaScript test in 0.9 seconds compared to 1.6 seconds for FireFox and 2.4 seconds for Internet Explorer.

Source:→ AppleInsider

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