It was only last Monday when Apple announced Safari for Windows 3 (and there's a Mac OS X version, too). In the last week or so, two updates have been made available, fixing various bugs and issues involving Windows compatibility.
Safari for Windows 3.02 beta is now available and this fixes even more bugs and enhances text support for non-English systems. There's a Mac OS X 3.02 update available, too. Note that this comes with an updated version of the WebKit technology which also drives and powers other Mac OS X products, such as Dashboard, iTunes and more. Some users have reported problems with the installation of the new WebKit (that ships with the Mac OS X version of Safari 3 beta) with third-party software that uses this WebKit.
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