Apple kills Safari for Windows (apparently)

Discussion in 'other software & services' started by Firecat, Jul 31, 2012.

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  1. Firecat

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    Safari is a futile effort. Even the people I know that run Macs use Firefox. There just isn't any demand for it.
     
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    Apple has a browser called safari? :eek:
     
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    I don't use any Apple software at all. The Windows versions of their software seem to be poorly coded. The Mac versions may be better, but I don't know or care as I don't have any need or desire to use Macs.
     
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    Well there's always Opera.;)
     
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    I think it lasted less than the IE for Mac.
     
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    That it did. Still, it was interesting at least in the beginning.

    I hope Opera isn't going anywhere, it's been my primary browser for a while now but it's market share in desktop remains insignificant and it's losing on the mobile front as well (arguably of course).
     
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    Opera isn't terrible, I prefer it to Chrome. However, it looks almost exactly like Firefox, and lacks the add-ons. Given that, I can't bring myself to use it instead of Firefox. Most of the people I know feel the way I do about it. Nothing wrong with it, just no compelling reason to use it. :doubt:
     
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