The Keynote speech at the WWDC (Worldwide Developers Conference) in San Francisco this week saw Steve Jobs touting a version of Apple's Safari Web browser for Windows XP and Vista.
Claiming they wanted to "dream big" and enhance the 4.9% market share Safari has as the browser of choice, he went on to say "Safari is the fastest browser on Windows", being twice as fast as Internet Explorer (supposedly).
He also unvieled several of the 300 or so enhancements that the up-coming release of the Mac OS X (Leopard) has to offer, including desktop enhancements (Stacks and Quick Look).
Leopard is due to ship in October and will cost $129
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