Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 25th Mar 2008 16:34 UTC
Apple "While pundits have been lamenting the fact that Apple's 'software update' program on Windows is now pushing Safari 3.1 to users, we thought we'd check out Safari 3.1 to find out if Apple has made any real progress on the Windows version of this browser. After all, it's about the software, right? We put the Safari 3 beta on Windows through the wringer last summer, and we weren't too terribly impressed. The problems were significant, such that we'd have a hard time recommending the browser to any Windows user. As of last summer, Firefox was still the Windows browser of choice here at Ars. Have things improved for Safari? Wow, have they."
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RE[2]: No way
by Francis Kuntz on Tue 25th Mar 2008 21:58 UTC in reply to "RE: No way"
Francis Kuntz
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Why they can't add a "new tab" button as an option, though, is beyond me. That kills it for me right there.

Tell me why you want a "new tab" button when a double click on the tab bar does the trick ?

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