Apple’s Safari is a free web browser application for computers running Windows or Mac OS that provides the conventional eye candy that users have come to expect from Apple.
This web browser is not just designed to be the new Apple of everyone’s eyes. It has internal tools that help load Internet pages faster. It also includes additional support for web sites using the HTML5 standard. Safari makes great use of tabbed browsing, allowing users to switch between them in a flash, and drag these to the desktop to make a new separate window.
Earlier versions of Safari used Google or Yahoo as default search engines, but this new edition provides Bing. This is an excellent enhancement, although Mozilla Firefox and Internet Explorer still provide wider collections of search engines and dedicated search options to choose from.