I've always like Apple's products, iTunes, iPod, Quicktime, etc. And when I heard about Safari I decided to give it a try. After testing for a while I decided it was indeed so much better than Internet Explorer, but not as good as firefox is. As for the new Safari, it has a lot of cool stuff but as far as I know it is still not as good as Firefox, you be the judge.
by jonascalva 4 years ago
Safari is the default Mac browser, and I love Macs. :-) Even though I don't have one. :-(
Safari, is the shit, okay i realize that it does not have all the cool plug ins like firefox, but really i don't need the plug ins, what really makes Safari shine is its RSS feature. I don't know if i would be as into Blogs if it was not for the rss feature.
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ZOMG!!! Safari 4! I love the dev tools! Apple! Long live Uncle Steve!
If you haven't tried the web developer toolbar on firefox - you don't know what you're missing.. it's awesome.
Definitely not getting my vote - installed Safari 4 beta on my PC, used 140MB of RAM just to log on facebook...
I am with you on that, its pretty hard today to sit in an office when its 85° at the beach. Damn addictions got me into the working mess.
I don't know if I can handle another addiction. Seems like the current ones are already absorbing too much time. (The only life change I want to implement at this time is a beach, a taco, and a mojito.)
Well if you subscribe to blogs it will change your life... cause it shows in the menu bar whenever there are new content to my feeds, and its gets very addictive having all those post pile up.
Makes sense. I tend to only use RSS on my phone so I'd never run into that.
I typically stay away from firefox because the RSS reader is not really great, and since i read more RSS feeds than anything else on the net its for me.
Neat--I'll pass it along to Shelkie--he actually knows what to do with this stuff. :-)
thats the new way, in the old days you had to type some stuff into there unix.
That's neat, but why not use Firefox? (Outside of the memory leak on the newest one it seems so good.)
There is the Developer Hack, for Safari thats pretty dope, it allows you to emulate other browsers, and turn on and off CSS.
I like how fast it is, but that type rendering is just awful. Is there a way to turn that smoothing off? (I suppose I should just look in the settings, but have to date not felt compelled to work that hard at changing it.)
If safari had extensions it would be the best.
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