In a move which has taken me pleasantly by surprise, Apple have announced that Safari 3 will be available on Windows. You can download a Public Beta here, and media plugins for Windows are available here. I’ll play with it a little later.
Update: After ten minutes play, my initial thoughts are that, on the negative side, it doesn’t integrate well with the Windows look & feel, while on the positive side, it is very fast and the font smoothing is beautiful.
I’m back from my holiday, with a quick look at some of the links I would have discussed in more detail had I been here…
Camino is a browser for OS X which uses Mozilla’s Gecko rendering engine in OS X’s Cocoa API. The advantage for Mac users is that it’s a little faster than Firefox, and it integrates better with the OS X desktop environment.
But I just can’t understand why anyone would use it.
Did you wake up this morning and say “I wish someone would figure out a way to let me do less with my computer”?
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