I don't know if anyone else noticed, but Safari 3.1 got pushed out via the Apple Update software (comes with iTunes and Quicktime) as a critical security update earlier this week.
John’s Blog Blog Archive Apple Software Update
To make things more entertaining, it seems the EULA would prevent you from installing it on 'Apple labeled' hardware, which my and a lot of other peoples Windows PCs aren't.
Apple forbids Windows users from installing Safari for Windows | The Register
And for a final kick in the teeth, it's got a security vulnerability (remote code execution):
Safari Address Bar Spoofing and Memory Corruption Vulnerabilities - Advisories - Secunia
and some stability problems.
Safari 3.1 Crashes On Windows XP, Users Complain -- Safari -- InformationWeek
Its harder then apple think to make secure software
I wouldn't touch Safari when we have IE7 and Firefox to choose from!
Safari on Windows, not OSX so it's arguably MS's fault
But only Safari and Opera have >95% acid3 compatibilityI wouldn't touch Safari when we have IE7 and Firefox to choose from!
It doesnt really matter (I use Opera myself a lot) as all web devs generally make it IE compatible and FF compatible. Not many sites dont work in IEBut only Safari and Opera have >95% acid3 compatibility
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