- It was the first time trying it out. Think of it as taking a car out for a two minute test drive. I doubt you figure out every feature or function of the vehicle in that short of a period. It was just an initial impression of it. Like I said in the last post I found the "Tab" function and works just fine. I didn't see it the first time around. You could think of it this way. Say you own and drive a car for several years. You get to know where every feature, function, knob, lever, pedal etc. by heart. You can find the stuff in the dark if you had to. Then what if you had to you use someone else's car. It would take awhile to get used to where everything is. Safari was no different. Many of you have apparently used it before so you know where all the features are.
- I grant you that the review was sparse for info and depth. If you expecting something more I apologize and will take note of it in the future.
- Safari as a browser is quite alright to use and I meant nothing derogatory towards it. I'll even up on my scale of 10 to a 7. I have used it a bit more and have found it to be quick and responsive.
Sunday, April 6, 2008
I thank you all who have commented on my Safari review. Given some of the content of the feedback that may be surprising. What has surprised me is to the tone of some of the comments. Everyone has opinions and I don't have a problem with that. You would think that it was the developers of the browser making comments. I don't think Apple will go out of business because of what I said. A few points I'd like to make out: