New Updates For Safari Mac OS X

Posted on March 25, 2008. Filed under: Safari | Tags: , |

The update includes over 40 fixes that will tweak your Mac back on track. For those of you that leave your Mac on all the time like me you might not have noticed that update. But checking for updates that have been released by Apple for you computer is easy as One, Two, … actuallythat is it. Their is only two steps! Sorry I could not make it more complicated. Find Out more about the update at the Apple Site

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Installation

To update to Safari 3.1, use Apple Software Update or a standalone installer. You only need to use one of these methods to update your computer.

Software Update

Software Update will automatically check for the latest Apple software using the Internet. (You might have followed a Software Update link to this article to learn more about the update.) If your computer is not up-to-date, other available software updates will appear.

Standalone installer

Download the update installer and run it manually. This is a useful option when you need to update multiple computers but only want to download the update once.

Improvements

Performance

  • Improves JavaScript performance

Standards

  • Adds support for CSS 3 web fonts
  • Adds support for CSS transforms and transitions
  • Adds support for HTML 5 <video> and <audio> elements
  • Adds support for offline storage for Web applications in SQL databases
  • Adds support for SVG images in <img> elements and CSS images
  • Adds support for SVG advanced text

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