Safari 5.0.3 released.

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    Apple have released an upgrade for Safari on Windows.
     
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    Sorry, I'm a bit behind the times ... ;)
     
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    Well your title is more appropriate!

    So any idea whether the security fixes to the WebKit engine will reflect in the speed of other WebKit browsers? In theory, they should take a hit too!
     
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    It's a distinct possibility. I have had Safari on my laptop since the #3 release. I don't use it much these days though, but it was useful when I had problems with Firefox 3 & my Yahoo! Messenger (now uninstalled) was giving me some grief in Internet Explorer by not letting it open. I do like some of Safari's extensions but it is often a little glitchy these days on Windows. It was never perfect but I thought when I got a faster, more powerful computer it would work better. It does, sort of. Anyway, at least Safari's extensions work, unlike Opera.

    Info here
     
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