Tuesday, March 25, 2008

Safari 3.1 on Windows: a true competitor arrives (seriously)

If you have issues with IE and its "standards" compliance, check out the newest version of Safari for Windows. It gets pushed to your PC if you run the Apple upgrade manager, and while it has it's share of issues (no ActiveX, which in not a bad think when you think about it), it's highly standards-compliant, and fast, which makes it a nice browser after all.
Check out he short overview on Ars Technica:
Safari 3.1 on Windows: a true competitor arrives (seriously)