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Andrew Moy Apple’s Safari browser is a “seamlessly integrated” system into the main applications that apple computers come stock with. Apple has also publicly benchmarked Safari v2.0 as having HTML page load speeds that are almost two times faster than its counterpart Firefox and around four times faster than Internet Explorer. You are also able to view headlines and summaries directly from your browser window. Parental Control capabilities are also a choice feature in Apple’s Safari, including settings that are easy to customize, allowing you to promote a child-safe environment. Safari is also, for the most part, an open source which allows developers to create plug-ins and add-ons to enrich browsing experiences even more. Firefox v2.0 includes a feature built in called “Session Restore”. If you browser crashes, or accidentally shuts down, you have the option to restore all the tabs and pages that you had opened before the browser closed. Firefox’s search bar provides you with a
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This note was uploaded on 09/05/2011 for the course COMP SI 103 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '10 term at Iowa State.

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