Why Hasn’t Safari Skyrocketed Like Chrome Has?

Why Hasn’t Safari Skyrocketed Like Chrome Has?

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    Why Hasn’t Safari Skyrocketed Like Chrome Has? (via parislemon)
  4. tickydraconia reblogged this from apollohale and added:
    Oh um. So it turns out I’m on the dev channel. Fair enough. >_>;
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  6. apollohale reblogged this from tickydraconia and added:
    The latest stable version (16.0.912.63) does not for page content, it does for text input though.
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    Hmm, Siegler makes fair points, and I find I use Chrome more on computers that are running linux/Windows though. I...
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  15. seldo said: Because it provides no important advance over existing browsers other than, arguably, speed. Firefox was always more extensible, Chrome provided genuinely new interface ideas. Safari is old-fashioned and clunky these days.
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