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Anyone else here tried the beta version of Safari?
Apple Safari 4 Beta
I’ve been using it for a few days on OS X, so far it’s proving to be a nice browser and feels faster than the previous version. Though it took a little while to get used to having the tabs in the title bar (takes up less vertical space, like Chrome) and the repositioned stop/refresh button.
On Windows it’s supposed to fit in better now by dropping the OS X theme and also using Windows style fonts.
Yeah tried it too. Youtube and many other sites loads much quicker than Firefox 3 but I heard it crashes a lot. Once the final version comes out, I’ll probably ditch Chrome for this for NC10 browsing.
The windows theme is nicely implemented too!
The only time it’s crashed on me is when dragging the favourite icon from one window to another window with Top Sites open. Other than that it’s been stable, that is the OS X version though, I haven’t tried it on Windows.
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