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Apple Releases Safari 5.0.5

Apple has updated the Safari web browser to Safari 5.0.5. This update is recommended for all Safari users and includes the latest security updates. It is available for Mac OS X and Windows users. To install the update click the Apple logo then choose Software Update. Or download the update directly from Apple’s website. You can find the author of ...

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Safari 5.0.4 Update Released

Apple has released Safari 5.0.4 update. The update includes improvements to stability, compatibility, accessibility and security. Safari 5.0.4 update features are: • Improved stability for webpages with multiple instances of plug-in content • Improved compatibility with webpages with image reflections and transition effects • A fix for an issue that could cause some webpages to print with incorrect layouts • ...

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Mac Usage in a Saudi College: How Far We are From the International Scene

Apple is enjoying a rapidly growing market share, while shipment of new devices growth outpaces PC market 3 to 1; Mac business sales growth nearly 8 times PC market, it seems interesting to know how we compare to the world in mac usage. I share with you here numbers from Qassim College of Medicine e-learning website and how it compares to the world.

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Safari 5.0.3 & Safari 4.1.3 Updates

Apple has released Safari 5.0.3 for Macs running Leopard/Snow Leopard and Windows machines. Apple also released Safari 4.1.3 for Macs running Tiger. This update improves compatibility, stability, usability, accessibility and security. Safari 5.0.3 includes the following: More accurate Top Hit results in the Address Field More accurate results in Top Sites Fixes an issue that could cause content delivered with ...

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Safari 5.0.2 & Safari 4.1.2 Updates

Apple has released Safari 5.0.2 for Macs running Leopard/Snow Leopard and Windows machines. Apple also released Safari 4.1.2 for Macs running Tiger. This update improves compatibility and security. The update addresses the following issues: • Fixes an issue that could prevent users from submitting web forms • Fixes an issue that could cause web content to display incorrectly when viewing ...

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Session manager Safari Extension

Someone finally made a Safari Extension for managing browsing sessions. The extension is named “Sessions” and is very similar to Session Manager for Firefox. Download and install the extension from Sessions’ website then you can view, save, restore your sessions (windows and tabs). Source: Minimal Mac. Arabic version of this post on SaudiMac Arabic Edition. Please follow SaudiMac on Twitter ...

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Safari 5.0.1 enables Extensions

Apple has released Safari 5.0.1 which enables Extensions without entering Developer mode. Safari Extensions customize the browser with features created by third-party developers. This update also contains improvements to stability, accessibility and security, including the following: • More accurate Top Hit results in the Address Field • More accurate timing for CSS animations • Better stability when using the Safari ...

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Apple releases Safari 5 with Extensions

Apple has released Safari 5 yesterday after the WWDC 2010 keynote. The latest edition of Safari include better HTML5 support, Reader, development tools and more. From the Updater: • Safari Reader: Click on the new Reader icon to view articles on the web in a single, clutter-free page. • Improved Performance: Safari 5 executes JavaScript up to 25% faster than ...

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Safari 4.0.5 Update

Apple has released Safari 4.0.5. The updates include the following: # Performance improvements for Top Sites # Stability improvements for 3rd-party plug-ins # Stability improvements for websites with online forms and Scalable Vector Graphics # Fixes an issue that prevented Safari from changing settings on some Linksys routers The update also includes security updates, more info on Apple’s site. Arabic ...

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Disable Flash in Safari using ClickToFlash

Flash has been very annoying recently especially when it’s been overused on websites. From Jakob Nielsen’s blog: “About 99% of the time, the presence of Flash on a website constitutes a usability disease.” For Safari on the Mac you can use ClickToFlash to disable Adobe Flash until you actually want to use it. Just go to this page. Download the ...

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