The browser battle gets any weirder, here comes Steve Jobs appearing onto the scene and aggressively wants to be on top again.
If last year's release of Safari for Windows seemed like an experiment, Apple's
The software also puts tabs for bouncing from one page to the next at the top of the browser window. And similar to Google's Chrome, Safari 4 offers previews of your favorite pages that you can go to with a single click. The best feature, though, could be simply that the browser, a free download, definitely came from Apple: It just plain looks nice.
It would be fair to say we're now living in the golden age of the Web browser. That's a big change from just a few years ago, when the browser market was stagnant, and Internet Explorer is all we got.