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While Internet Explorer may hold the top browsing seat in the Windows environment, it's not the only browser choice available. The browser wars may or may not be over, and choices now abound. If you're looking for an alternative for your Windows platform, or have made a switch to OS X, then you're going to want to take a look at Apple's Safari browser. It's one of the best browsers around, and like most, it's free.
While many web browsers may seem similar, Safari sets itself apart. OS X has multi-touch gesturing built in, and Safari fully supports it. With Safari and OS X you can tap, scroll, and swipe your way around the web. With two fingers on the trackpad, you can swipe to go back and forth between web pages. They slide in and out of the Safari window as you swipe. Safari supports an easy way to zoom in and out of a particular part of a web page. Double-tap any area with two fingers to magnify it, then tap again to return to the original size. You can also pinch with your thumb and index finger to zoom in and out more precisely. You can also scroll up or down with two fingers, making use of your scrolling's momentum makes Safari browsing experience even more natural.
Safari's security features also make surfing more secure, protecting your privacy. To keep your surfing habits to yourself, Safari offers Private Browsing. Simply turn it on, and Safari stops keeping track of your web history, and storing your searches, cookies, and the data in any online forms you fill out. Greater control can be found in Safari's preferences.
Pros: Free, fast, secure, multi-touch, support for CSS3 and HTML5.
Cons: Not all features are available on the Windows side
Conclusion: Safari is a great browsing alternative, and offers a great deal of features and functionality. The only down side that I've seen is that not all features are available to Windows users, though it is the default browser on all Apple Mac systems. On the Windows side, its security features and speed make it a worthy choice in replacement, or in addition to, any other browser you may currently use.