Apple have released the latest versions of their popular web browser Safari, with version 5.0.3 coming for Mac OS X 10.6, 10.5 and Windows whilst a version for Mac OS X 10.4 has also been released.
The latest version is said to have fixed many bugs, patched plenty of security vulnerabilities, and have enhanced many current features already present in Safari.
One of the many features that ships with the latest version is more accurate ‘Top Hit’ and ‘Top Sites’ results within the location bar, plus a fix that used to cause Flash content to overlap on viewable web page content. Let’s face it, Apple has never been Flash friendly has it?
Probably the most important of the update is the 25 different security fixes for WebKit, not only that updates the browser, but the iTunes Store too.
More information regarding the updates in the latest version can be read via the source below.
You can download Apple Safari via the Software Update or Apple’s Safari page here, whereas Safari 4.1.3 for Mac OS X 10.4 is available via Software Update on your desktop or Apple’s support download page.
Source: PC World
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