Safari 3 browser for Windows, better than FireFox and IE?

June 19th, 2007 at 12:00 am
 


Apple is known to roll out really great and innovative products, from the Mac to the iPod to the iPhone (which remains to be seen), Steve Jobs has always emphasized Apple's superb technology, invention and reinvention.

The Safari 3 browser which was once only available for the Mac has now opened its doors for the PC. The Safari running on the Windows platform is now available for public beta . As usual, Apple claims it to be better than Firefox and especially Internet Explorer.

Or is it? A lot of people have said so though there are also some who didn't agree. Anywho, it's a whole new browser for the PC user and it may not be controlled like FF or IE but it can do the job.

Why was it released? Well, we all know that the iPhone is coming around the bend and it will be using the Safari. What Apple also knows is he cannot compete with the web applications made for IE and FF if he doesn't let the people tinker around with his Safari. If that happens, the iPhone is going to be the biggest blunder in Web2.0.

So is the Safari really better? Nobody knows yet but that guy in the first video cannot find a compelling reason to make the shift from FF and even IE. I, on the other hand, am still testing the new browser and so far its working fine. Feels awkward though but I'm getting used to it.

This guy also feels the same.