Apple Invites Windows Users on Safari

Apple is hoping for another crossover hit. After bringing iTunes over to Windows, the Mac maker announced on Monday that it is also making its Safari Web browser available for users of Microsoft’s operating system. The company released a public beta version of Safari 3.0 that runs on Windows XP and Windows Vista, as well as on Mac OS X Tiger. When Apple first announced plans to bring iTunes to Windows PCs in October 2003, CEO Steve Jobs characterised the move as hell freezing over. These days, though, Apple does much of its work with the Windows world in mind

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