With a few simple option checks the Safari beta installs on Windows in a snap.
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Users more familiar with browsers such as Firefox or Internet Explorer will find that Safari is very intolerant of sites with expired or unsigned SSL certificates, in most cases not even letting users choose to continue on to those sites.
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The preferences dialog in Safari for Windows is basic and streamlined, much like the one on its Mac counterpart.
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Its Apples Safari Web browser, running on Windows.
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Safaris private browsing feature lets users surf the Web without leaving a trail in their browser.
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The integrated RSS reader in Safari provides a clean and attractive window for viewing news feeds.
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Accessing the Safari Debug menu in Windows is a much greater chore than on the Mac, but it does provide additional configuration options for users.
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A limited amount of standard plug-ins are available for Safari for Windows.
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A small bug icon on the Safari toolbar lets users report sites that theyve encountered problems with.