Woo! I tested Safari for Windows (since I don’t have a Mac 😦 ). And what do you expect from a Beta? Slowness, Crashiness, a crashes(did I say that already?). I made a video review of it and its here after the break. The effects are good though
From the website:
The fastest web browser on any platform, Safari loads pages up to 2 times faster than Internet Explorer 7 and up to 1.7 times faster than Firefox 2.
What does all that mean for you? Less time loading pages and more time enjoying them.
Yes its true they load way more quickly then normal.
Elegant user interface.
Safari’s clean, sleek look lets you focus on the web instead of your browser. The browser frame is a mere one pixel wide. You see a scroll bar only when you need one. You see no status bar by default — a blue progress bar fills the address field as the page loads — giving you more room to browse and view the web.
And with commonly used tools like a Google search field built right into Safari, you can get anywhere on the web faster.
Yeah its true. Beautiful.
Safari makes it easier than ever to manage your bookmarks. Know iTunes? Then you know Safari bookmarks. One click opens the single-window interface, where you can browse, search, and organize bookmarks the same way you browse, search, and organize music in iTunes.
Importing your current bookmarks couldn’t be simpler. In fact, the first time you open Safari, it imports all your bookmarks from the browsers you’ve been using. And if you want to import bookmarks later, just choose Import Bookmarks from the File menu.
Safari even helps you find sites to bookmark. Using the innovative Bonjour technology, Safari discovers and shows devices such as printers, routers, and webcams associated with web servers on your local network — automatically.
FALSE! This is not true. I hate the bookmarking app in Safari!
These were the most eye catching features in Safari.
To find out more or download Safari click here.
PS: the website that I show you was my old website.