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Originally Posted by ArticleSafari is now at version 4.0 and is available for Leopard, Tiger, Windows XP and Windows Vista - it'll also ship with Snow Leopard in a slightly enhanced form.
Originally Posted by article"But underlying Windows 7 you have the same old technologies: DLLs, the Registry, Disk Defragmentation - no end user should ever have to know about that.".
Originally Posted by MankzMac = I don't care.
Originally Posted by confusisBut what if we want to know about these things? Not all users want an overly simplified OS with piss-poor features
Originally Posted by capnPedroI've only tried a Mac once, and it felt like using something made by Fischer Price (although with a sleeker case).
That and the lack of games, and the overpriced, non-bespoke hardware, means I too do not care.
Originally Posted by tominatedto the guys that say they've only used it once and blah, blah, blah, I have this to say to you. Once you get your feet in the OS, it is far more powerful than windows. It has the unix backend and you have full access to it using terminal and if you install the developer tools that come with the os, you can modify just about anything. Plus its got some really useful features.
Originally Posted by woodshopI love the pice tag, enough said. Glares at M$
"So that's Windows 7 - the same old technology as Vista. Fundamentally it's just another version of Vista," he snubbed.
He also added that Safari passes the Acid3 test with 100 per cent, while Internet Explorer 8 scores just 21 per cent. It's worth noting that both Chrome and Firefox also score 100 per cent.
Originally Posted by thefriscokidI only got 71 on the acid test for firefox 3.
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