...because I already dumped Windows!!!
Background: Former IT Manager, Microsoft Certified, with 'bout 15 years of intensive Windows-based PC usage under my belt.
Reason: I got tired of several things. a) Getting ripped-off for software (that goes for OS' and Apps) that are as flawed as they are funtional. b) Constantly dealing with hassles such as incompatibilities between HW and SW. c) Tired of false expectations such as the plug-and-play a.k.a. plug-and pray.
Really... I was one of many who beta-tested the Vista OS (fka Longhorn), as well as Office 2007. I got such "good results" that decided to buy both licenses as soon as they were put out in the market. EXTREMELY disappointed when I found out that "upgrading" would cost me close to $2000 (wether I upgraded my existing hardware and software, or bought a new notebook with the required HW to run Vista Aero and getting an Office 2007 license).
Instead, I sold my "old notebook" (Dell Inspiron 710m for about $1200), and "spent" an extra $800 out of my own pocket, and got me a MacBook Pro with better hardware than most "Vista-Aero" ready notebooks (that is Dual Core 2 2.33 ghz, 2GB Ram, 120GB HD, 128 MB graphics card, etc. etc. etc.), with a $180 Microsoft Office 2004 for Mac license (this is when the ripped-off concept kicked in) - yes, I know, office again, but because my co-workers are still using msoffice for windows - an $80 Parallels Desktop license (so I can still use my ACad license, as well as MS Project - dido -.
The only time my computer has frozen, is when either I am running Windows XP on Parallels, or PowerPoint for Mac.
However... I've only been a Mac user for the past 5 months, and so far I say I'm never going back... once you go Mac, you never go back!...he he.
So... why would I use Safari Beta on Windows, when I already use Safari on Mac. No need.
Why would Apple would put out a version of Safari for the Windows users? To give the a taste of what they are missing!!! That's why.