Apple Safari

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    "Works better on a Mac"

    June 15, 2012  |   By jscott418


    Its faster then IE 9 on a Windows 7 PC.


    The translation from Mac's to Windows has left Safari looking out of place on a PC.


    I use both Mac's and PC's equally. I have tried Safari on my PC every time a new version comes out. I keep hoping Apple can somehow begin to understand how to port Safari to a Windows system. Its not that Safari is really bad on a Windows PC it just looks rather bad compared to other Windows Apps. Considering Chrome has a core engine (Webkit) as Safari. I have to say Chrome shines as a much better choice. Even though I prefer Safari on my Mac. I cannot say its my first choice on a PC.

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