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Apple Safari Beta v3.01 for Windows released to fix security issues

Security issues were found with Apple's Safari beta for Windows, when it was released earlier this week. A new release has emerged, as Apple expediently resolved these issues.

Now that security has improved, I took this new Windows browser for a test drive.  I found the rendering speed to be excellent and only ran into some minor UI customization issues.  I found it to be stable under Windows XP SP2. It can also co-exist with IE, Firefox, and Opera, as a complementary tool and without conflict.  Overall this new beta release appears to be off to a good start. 

Apple Safari Beta v3.01 for Windows released to fix security issues
http://www.computerworld.com/action/article.do?command=viewArticleBasic&articleId=9024767

QUOTE: Apple Inc. took just three days to update the beta of its Safari browser for Windows, releasing a new version that patches three vulnerabilities.  Safari 3.0.1 fixed three flaws in the Windows beta.

Apple's Download Site
http://www.apple.com/safari/

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# June 16, 2007 8:23 AM