And to think Apple is forcing thier browser upon Windows users with it automatically checked during the update proccess. They even recheck it when newer versions come even though you've ignored it before.... how frustrating. Have had to remove Safari from three computers alone this week to the surprise of thier users. Its getting even worse too. The newest version of iTunes completely chokes if QuickTime isn't present. Uninstalling it in the past hasn't been a problem, but now it is if you need iTunes in order to work with your iPod.Nick is right. Safari for Windows is worse than IE. It wasnt even a day after it was released when the first flaw was found. They have patched a few. But since their updates for Windows only comes when they release a new version of the browser there are still plenty of flaws that were found since the 3.2 release.
I have a topic at Tech-Forums about how to get the spell checker for Opera. So dont try to say it isnt possible. Not to mention the new Opera 10 Alpha that is posted about has a spell checker. So it is coming.Talk about security holes IE 6 was full of them! Opera 9.62 is however a step over Safari will not seeing the spell checker but "FAVORITES" from IE. With IE 8 you now can only see a new page added to what? the new bookmarks bar rather then saved in Favorites since that no longer sees the add button for that.
I didn't mean to give you the idea that it couldn't be put in. I was simply mentioning not seeing it when comparing Opera to Safari while the Apple browser makes it clear that a spell checker is present for sure! :happy:I have a topic at Tech-Forums about how to get the spell checker for Opera. So dont try to say it isnt possible. Not to mention the new Opera 10 Alpha that is posted about has a spell checker. So it is coming.