Mac users who are now enjoying the latest version of OS X, Mountain Lion, might have also noticed that Safari 6.0 for Mac has also rolled out. In fact, it seemed that Safari for Windows had gone missing entirely from Apple’s site. There is still a direct download which you are able to take advantage of, but this move had led many to speculate that Safari for Windows might have been on its last legs all this while, and the browser itself has been gracefully “put to sleep”, so to speak.
There is also this particular page which was put up by Apple that detailed Safari 5.1.7 for Windows, making us scratch our heads simply because version 5.1.7 rolled out in May this year alongside OS X 10.7.4. MacRumors noted that in the past, Apple did list Safari 5.1.7 for both Mac and Windows on the same page, too. Do you think that it is time to start looking for an alternative, or are you all right with Safari for Windows where it stands at the moment?
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