Apple's Safari 4 tops 11 million downloads in 3 days
After releasing the latest version of its browser at this week's WWDC, Apple says it took just three days to mark 11 million downloads.
Apple's Safari 4 Web browser was downloaded more than 11 million times in the first three days of release, the company said Friday.
And more than 6 million of the downloads came from Windows users.
Based on the open-source Webkit browser engine, Safari includes HTML 5 support for offline technologies and is the first browser to pass the Web Standards Project's Acid3 test.
Safari includes several enhancements, such as Top Sites, the ability to search history, Google Suggest, and Full Page Zoom, to make browsing the Web a bit easier.
Safari is free for download for both Mac and Windows users.