Safari on Windows Review
So I've had a day with Safari for Windows just like everyone else, but I thought I'd share my opinions so far.
I haven't aggressively tried to hack the browser, but from what I can see, since it is based on Konqueror, security shouldn't be a real problem. Both Firefox and IE 7 have had longer to be hacked, and therefore a direct comparison isn't possible, because of course Safari woud win.
The inline find is nice, with the little 3D effect, it has tabs, private browsing is nice, the built in RSS works OK. The best feature, however is that you can resize text boxes. That is something that has been missing for a while. The lack of a plugin development architecture enhances the browser's security, but hinders its usability.
If Apple were to make Safari so that it could use xul based plugins it would immediately become my default browser, but until then Firefox it remains.