Pros Very Fast and the RSS feeds are the best feature
Cons Forms are hard to navigate using the tab key. Skips over check boxes and drop down menus. Some sites won't allow safari browser.
Summary I think Safari is the best browser on the Mac platform. It makes me queezy to think it's built off of KDE's old browser but hopefully that will change. Apple: FIX THE FORM NAVIGATION.
"fast est time"on by jmcintosh1968
Pros info more than you ask for
Cons none very happy
Summary work freely with more info ,
Pros clean,simple, basic, very quick
Cons hard to set up, very basic browser items unavailable. Bookmarks hard to transfer
Summary All in all I like the neat clean lines. Its quick and at first appearance easy to use. Frustrating tryinf to up load bookmarks comapared to Firefox which uploaded the bookmarks by its self. I like that its quite basic and not a lot of fiddle complicated stuff. Tabs are not easy to work. Not sure about the security side of the browser....
Pros Extremely fast
Cons Too little settings
Summary This is a great browser but it should have more settings! Keep up the speed apple! The good thing is that it dosen't have 4 or 5 toolbars like Internet Explorer.
Pros Tabbed Browsing, Built in Google Search box, Easy to customize, Displays sites better then Firefox...
Cons Tabs aren't turned on by default, crashes quite often...
Summary I love Safari! I have been a long time Windows user and finally got an iMac last week, and Safari is the best browser available. I love the features which compare a lot to those of Firefox but best of all is how Safari displays webpages almost exactly like Internet Explorer. Websites that I viewed in Firefox that weren't loading right load fine on Safari. With all of these pros there are a few very minor flaws. First off, the tabs aren't turned on by default, which I think kind of sucks because of how popular tabbed browsing has become. It's not too big of a deal though because tabs have their own 'tab' I guess you could say in the Preferences window, so turning them on is a 'click'. The biggest problem with Safari is that it has to close unexpectedly quite often (at least several times a day) when viewing certain web pages. Even navigating to a C|Net Reviews web page resulted in Safari needing to close in a hurry. This isn't much of a problem on Mac OS X however because once you tell Safari to 'Force close' it does and doesn't sit there like programs do on Windows.
All in all I am very impressed with Safari and wished there was a Windows version (so I could use it on my HP notebook).