Updating safari browser
The Apple-developed Safari is one of the least popular webkit-based browsers on Windows.
Even so, it still commands 5% marketshare (across all platforms), and that is a problem.
There are many different browsers available, but four of them account for over 95 percent of all browsers in use today: Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome, and Safari [source: Stat Counter].
The programmers who design browsers are constantly updating them, adding new features, improving their performance, changing their looks, and improving browser security. Malicious hackers and Web sites can exploit security flaws in browsers and infect your computer with harmful programs, trojans, and viruses.
And Safari offers native support for Netflix and plays HTML5 video everywhere it's available.
So compared with Chrome and Firefox, you can browse for up to two hours longer Privacy and security aren’t just something you should hope for — they’re something you should expect.
To verify that your version of Firefox is the latest or to update manually, follow these steps: Download the latest version of Firefox from the official Firefox download page: https:// If you have Apple updates turned on, Safari should stay up to date automatically.
Windows users will not get the update to Safari 6–the new version available to Mac OS X 10.6 and 10.7 Mountain Lion users.
Select your browser from the list below and follow the instructions.
Microsoft updates Internet Explorer using its Windows update feature.
Keeping your Internet browser up-to-date is important for both security and ensuring that web pages load properly.
We also recommend that you update any plug-ins, extensions, or other add-ons you have installed.