MoreApple Support said:When private browsing is turned on
* Webpages are not added to the history. (You can still use the Back and Forward buttons to return to webpages you've viewed in a window.)
* Items are automatically removed from the Downloads window when private browsing is turned off.
* Information isn't saved for AutoFill, including names and passwords.
* Searches are not added to the pop-up menu in the Google search field.
* Cookies are deleted when private browsing is turned off.
Version 2 of Safari comes with Tiger. If you're still running Panther, you can't get Safari 2 without buying Tiger. The last version of Safari for Panther (1.3.something) has the same rendering engine as Safari 2, but still doesn't have the new features like Private Browsing and RSS.howesey said:Humm... Say's I have Safari 1.2.
I have an iMac G5 rev c, did it come with version 2?
Where can I get version 2?
As far as I know, I have 10.4.6, and I'm using a G5 iMac with iSight.yippy said:Version 2 is part of 10.4 Tiger. You have to upgrade to Tiger to get it.
Apple logo -> Software Update.mad jew said:How so? What is it doing wrong?