Apple hunts Windows users with Safari 3.1

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    zap2

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    So to sum that article up

    Safari got an update
    Its faster
    And its still downloadable for OS X or Windows
    3rd in market share


    Thats about its
     
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    nagromme

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    If your summation is true, then it's an incredibly positive slant for a NZ article :p
     
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    That would be because the writer of the article used to work for NZ Mac Guide.
     
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    I love how they throw in a link to download the IE8 beta at the end. The article mentions Firefox too -- where's their download link? :rolleyes:
     
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    "Apple has released the latest version of its Safari web browser.

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    This reflects the fact that Microsoft's operating system runs on Intel Macs."


    Uh...it does? What does the existence of Boot Camp have to do with any of this?
     
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    They've also repeated themselves:
    So you can use Safari on the windows side ;). I don't agree with them, but it is a sound idea.
     
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    Quite possibly the worst article I've read this year.
     
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    haha, yeah it was a pretty bad article. hopefully 3.1 will get Safari more marketshare though
     
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    Were you attempting parody or did it just happen?
     
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    gerardrj, parody or not, that was hysterical. You gave me the best laugh of the day.

    Thank you.
     
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    Bag 'em and tag 'em, that's what I say.

    Just hope Apple realizes this isn't supposed to be a "catch and release" environment. :eek:
     

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