Safari for Windows 5.1.7

2.3 out of 5 stars 2.3 (779 votes)

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Windows Vista/XP / Freeware / 114,316 downloads

Safari offers you a superior Web experience with outstanding performance. Even the most complex of pages load at breakneck speed. In fact, it loads pages more quickly than any other Mac Web browser. But that's not all. Safari uses the advanced interface technologies underlying Mac OS X to offer you an all-new view of the Web, one that's much easier to use.

Reviews of Safari for Windows

  1. 1 out of 5 stars
    Blaxima

    Reviewing 5.1.7 (May 11, 2012)

    Apple software on Windows should simply be called a virus as it is every bit as invasive.

  2. 1 out of 5 stars
    CyberDoc999

    Reviewing 5.1.7 (May 11, 2012)

    try Maxthon....
    Safari is junk

  3. 1 out of 5 stars
    Music4Ever

    Reviewing 5.1.5 (Mar 27, 2012)

    By far the worst browser in the history of the universe - I know I go on about it but I had to restore a C image just to get rid of it. If you try it, you have parts of it for good.

  4. 1 out of 5 stars
    FatBastard

    Reviewing 5.1.4 (Mar 12, 2012)

    It doesn't get any worse than this!

  5. 1 out of 5 stars
    Music4Ever

    Reviewing 5.1.4 (Mar 12, 2012)

    Dreadful browser at least for a PC anyway, no reason whatever to use this on a PC.

Discuss Safari for Windows

  1. Sep 27, 2011 - 1:11 AM
    Dusko

    Need help: I use 5.04 Safari version on PC Win7. Upgrade to 5.1 has never been successful: web page appears with new style, but not working at all!!! When I enter a page to be found, either from my top, history or new, Safari starts intensively my hard drive, but nothing happens - no page appears, nothing happens. And I have no message of wrong installation, missing parts, defects etc.... Does somebody have similar problems? Can somebody give me useful hints what to do?

  2. Mar 10, 2011 - 8:23 AM
    Yours Truly

    Re-post. . .

    I still am running Windows 7 64-bit. And Safari as of this writing, presently at version 5.0.4, running on this OS (and perhaps on all Windows OS's?) does not allow a person to paste an URL into the address field and go to (load) that new URL: neither is there is a "go" button, and the reload page button just reloads the current page it is already on, and pressing the Enter key also just reloads the current page it is already on.

    I know that by pressing the Space bar and then pressing the Enter key will take you to the new website. But what I am looking for is a "Go" button; and/or something akin to the "paste and go" extension (as used in Opera, Chrome and Firefox 4 beta) - does anyone know if such an extension exists? (There is none listed in the Safari Extension Gallery.)

    Thanks.

  3. Nov 13, 2009 - 5:36 AM
    VoODoOChilD

    Well certainly a decent application.
    Noobs just need something to cry about, in this case the file size! LOL. n how lame is that .. Its an mac application with a lot of built in features being ported to a pc, OBVIOUSLY the size would increase. and how big is 30 mb anyways!? lol Stop spamming with useless feedback. Keep it to thyself!

  4. Aug 4, 2009 - 3:27 AM
    vladimir3

    Hi, I enjoyed Safari on XP, but with new fullversion appeared a problem I can't solve: Closing the programm, all the history clears, allthough in Preferences one week or other position is and Private browsing is not activated.
    What's the matter?
    Vladimir

  5. Jun 8, 2009 - 5:49 PM
    coover

    I am curious ...

    Download size:

    IE 8 = 13300 kb
    Firefox = 7804 kb
    Opera = 6734 kb
    Netscape = 5918 kb
    Safari = 27160 kb

    Safari is more than twice the size of IE 8 and more than 4 1/2 times larger than Netscape. Why? What does this browser have that other browsers do not? I've downloaded it and I shall take a look at it ... and give it a fair trial. But like previous versions of the Safari browser, I will probably go back to using another browser. But I really want to know what I'm getting with Safari that I'm not getting with the others.