In the latest Windows Update, Microsoft prompts users of Internet Explorer using Windows XP, Vista and Windows 7 to make an “important choice” of choosing their web browser. The move is part of a settlement with the European Commission.
Just a few days ago, I wrote how you can use Greasemonkey scripts on Google Chrome using a third party small tool. In the same way, I’ve found a small app to run Greasemonkey scripts on Safari in Mac OS X.
GreaseKit is a SIMBLÂ plugin, userscript runtime that adds user scripting to Safari, Mailplane, Diet Pibb.appÂ and all WebKit applications.
As I mentioned earlier in one of my posts, today at WWDC 2009, iPhone 3GS wasn’t the only thing announced by Apple there. Several other announcements were also made like iPhone OS 3.0, the all new Snow Leopard, MacBook Pro etc.
Apart from these, a small presentation was also put up announcing the availability of the final version of Safari 4 for Windows and Mac.
Apple has released today the next version of their popular browser, Safari 4, for Windows and Mac. One thing that it claims to be is the world’s fastest browser, and I think it is! It’s amazingly fast with improved navigation and searching.