Safari on Windows: why?

I’ve just installed the new public beta of Apple’s Safari browser on my Windows PC. It works, it looks like a Mac app, and it seems pretty quick. Will I be switching from Firefox? Er, no. And I can’t imagine many others doing so either, speed boost or no speed boost. I’ve yet to discover anything I’d consider (a) innovative and (b) worth having. I’ll keep it installed, but probably only for testing purposes. It’ll be nice to know something works on a Mac, rather than just assuming so. Although we’d have had that same benefit if, say, Apple had embraced Firefox (or Camino) as its default browser…?

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