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Apple Safari 4


Public Beta now available

Loyalty to the Web browsers are more important than family ties. Apple Safari has long been trying, on the well-known Mozilla Firefox and Microsoft Internet Explorer and Safari with 4 - the latest update - things are good for Apple to fulfill his duties to provide "innovation, speed and new open standards in the Web browser.



The Public Beta of Safari 4 has been in California today, for Windows and Mac OS, the key new feature that excited us the Nitro. Apple says that the Javascript 4.2 as fast as Safari 3, almost 3-times faster than Firefox 3, and a huge 30-times faster than IE 7th In addition, Apple is promoting a series of terms of the new features like Top Sites - Preview visited a wall - and Cover Flow, which has been imported into iTunes as a movie easily through bookmarks or browsing history.



You can download the public beta of Safari 4 now on
Apple.com/uk/Safari

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