When it comes to security, Apple users have had it very easy for a long
time. While their Windows peers have struggled with viruses, malware,
and trojans, the biggest security worry Apple users have faced is the
(largely apocryphal) prospect of being mugged if they’re wearing white
earbuds. Read on to see why this might not always be the case.
While it's easy enough to game browsers to score well on specific kinds
not just faster than every other browser out there -- it eats every
other browsers' lunch and dinner.
I upgraded to Safari 4 once it was out of beta--or so I thought. This
thing crashes all the time! Every time I open it, almost, it freezes up
and I have to force-quit. Sometimes this happens a few times before my
startup page will actually load. My friend who did use the Safari 4
beta and then upgraded to the final release says that, for him, the
beta was actually more stable! I do have SafariStand installed, even
though I never use it--could that be the problem? I don’t see an option
in the preferences to uninstall it. Can you help, or should I go back
No matter how happy you are with your current Web browser, chances are
you’ve wondered if another browser would make your Web wanderings
faster, easier, or at least a little more festive. We speculate about
that too (probably far too often), so we decided to run some tests,
compare features and figure out which browser currently rules the Web.