If, for whatever reason, you're not happy with Firefox or Opera, there's now another alternative web browser for you to try on your PC. Apple recently released Safari for Windows 3.0, which was quickly updated to 3.01 within 48 hours. We've not discussed this browser before, for a very good reason: I can't get it to work under Windows Vista. The browser starts, but the menus and other components are missing. This applies to the latest Safari for Windows 3.01 and under the latest version of QuickTime. Makes no sense.
Other people have got the browser to work successfully, so it's still worth a look. Visually it looks like it's a Mac web browser on your PC, as the user interface is taken from Mac OS X - the scrollbars are aqua in design, for example. It's a fast browser and contains a number of interesting features. If you're a Safari user on the Mac, you might be so used to this browser, you might find that Safari for Windows 3.01 is the ideal browser of choice, as you already understand the custom key shortcuts.
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