Safari comming to Windows

In an effort to boost market share, Steve Jobs dropped an unexpected bombshell on the audience at the WWDC this morning: Apple’s Safari web browser is coming to Windows. IE currently controls about 78% of the browser market, Firefox 15%, and Safari just 5% (according to Jobs’ stats — depending on who you ask, Safari accounts for between 1.5% and 6% of the market; W3Counter’s Global Stats put Safari at 1.86%). In order to grow Safari’s market share, Apple has released a version for Windows.
According to Jobs, Safari is the most innovative browser (I’m sure plenty of Firefox fans would beg to differ) and runs 2 times faster than IE7 on Windows (not a big surprise) and 1.6 times faster than Firefox 2. The Safari 3 public beta, which was released today, comes in three flavors: OS X, Windows XP, and Vista.
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