Latest Safari will not support Windows operating systems

Latest Safari will not support Windows operating systems
Apple has removed download links for Windows versions of its Safari browser from its website.

The site now only shows off Safari 6, which was unveiled earlier in the week alongside OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion.

Even searching for Safari on the site will lead you to the main page, with all references to older versions that support Windows being gone.

Unless this is some temporary glitch, it appears that Safari 5.1.7 will be the last version for Windows users, with cross-development likely being stopped.

Safari for Windows has been around since early 2007, originally in beta form.

The move shouldn't upset too many, as Safari only has around 6 percent of the entire browser market share, with over 5 percent of that coming from Mac users.

Written by: Andre Yoskowitz @ 28 Jul 2012 17:42
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  • 12 comments
  • Morreale

    This is fantastic news!

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    28.7.2012 17:54 #1

  • KSib

    This is cool? I mean, they really don't need to offer a Windows version of it anyway.

    28.7.2012 18:15 #2

  • philipman

    and not a single F**k was given

    29.7.2012 01:55 #3

  • pensfan12

    YAY! They will now stop pushing this rubbish on me when I update iTunes!


    29.7.2012 01:59 #4

  • mukhis

    Originally posted by pensfan12: YAY! They will now stop pushing this rubbish on me when I update iTunes!
    +1
    who cares for safari in windows when you have firefox, google chrome, seamonkey, opera along with IE? i installed it as i wanted to just see whether it could give me anything that other browsers could't offer. hell, it was not even available in portable version.

    29.7.2012 02:31 #5

  • john43 (unverified)

    Who on Earth would use Safari anyway. It's easily the worst browser available and is one of the worst pieces of software I've ever seen. I don't know anyone that can stand to use it.

    29.7.2012 10:25 #6

  • JST1946

    That was the most annoying thing I have ever seen when using itunes.Good riddance.

    20 Year U.S.Army Veteran.Vietnam 1969-1972 101st Abn.Div.

    29.7.2012 10:45 #7

  • supersaiyaman

    Originally posted by JST1946: That was the most annoying thing I have ever seen when using itunes.Good riddance.[/quote

    safari was not rely that bad their are just better more custamizable options out their as far as browsers are concerned.

    29.7.2012 11:52 #8

  • LordRuss

    Safari is worse than trying to light a cigarette with wet paper matches at an addicts circle meeting. Get the f*k rid of entirely as far as I'm concerned.

    http://onlyinrussellsworld.blogspot.com

    29.7.2012 16:05 #9

  • dali

    Has anyone EVER installed that thing? I mean, willingly?

    "You know, it seems that quotes on the internet are becoming less and less reliable." -Abraham Lincoln.

    30.7.2012 06:44 #10

  • Picazzo

    Safari is a TURD!...Who cares!!!!You dumb asses at Apple still dont realize that there are over 1 billion pc's actively running Windows today.....

    30.7.2012 16:35 #11

  • GernBlan

    I'd rather go back to Netscape than ever use Safari. I know Apple device owners who don't use Safari.

    3.8.2012 15:16 #12

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