Answers on a postcard why Apple decided to release a web browser for the Windows platform. Applications such as QuickTime and iTunes we can understand. QuickTime drives iTunes and enables playback of certain encoded video on your PC. However, there was no reason behind Safari. The Internet Explorer webcore is builtin to Windows and that's what drives the HTML components of the Windows version of iTunes, whereas the Mac version uses the Safari core, built in to Mac OS X.
Safari for Windows 3.1 is now available and, to be fair to Apple, it's a usable browser. It's fast, too. Indeed, probably the fastest web browser for your PC. It also supports the up-and-coming HTML 5 standard, amongst other new features. However, the downside is that it uses elements from OS X, including the Aqua blue scrollbars.
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