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Safari 5: faster, less clutter, secure browser extensions

Just after the announcement of the new iPhone 4 at WWDC, Apple announced the release of Safari 5 for Windows and Mac. Unlike Safari 4—which focused primarily on cosmetic improvements like the Top Sites page and the ill-fated top tabs—this release brings a big focus on standards compatibility, speed improvements, a new Apple-vetted extensions system, the ability to switch between Google, Yahoo, and Bing for default search, and a new feature that Apple calls Safari Reader.

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