Apple has unleashed Safari 8.0.4

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I'm confused. Although I don't use Safari, mine shows the version is 8.0.5. Maybe because I'm on Yosemite beta, who knows.
 

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I'm confused. Although I don't use Safari, mine shows the version is 8.0.5. Maybe because I'm on Yosemite beta, who knows.
No, you've just gone forward in time a bit. Wait for the next flash; it might take you back. And don't try to change anything.
 

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Well, that's no good, but I'm being serious. A time-machine would be cool.

Anyways, what do you believe is the better browser? Safari or Chrome? I use Chrome.
I very much enjoy OS X Safari and the fact that it plays so well with iOS Safari. I do about 95% of my browsing on Safari, and, for the most part, it is problem-free. I think Chrome may be the better browser, though… the one that runs into fewer hiccups out there while surfing the depths of the Internet. I definitely don't think I would ever delete it from my hard drive. I don't do speed comparisons or anything like that. Both are speedy enough for me.
 
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I very much enjoy OS X Safari and the fact that it plays so well with iOS Safari. I do about 95% of my browsing on Safari, and, for the most part, it is problem-free. I think Chrome may be the better browser, though… the one that runs into fewer hiccups out there while surfing the depths of the Internet. I definitely don't think I would ever delete it from my hard drive. I don't do speed comparisons or anything like that. Both are speedy enough for me.
I use Safari on the iPhone, but not on the Mac. Why? I forget the reason that I started using Chrome on the Mac. :p
 
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Her now middle name, if I'm not mistaken. She kept her last name, and added his last name.
 
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