Swift, running Safari on Windows

by Antony

Swift 0.1SillyDog701 Moderator Don_HH2K informed us that WebKet, the rendering engine that powers Apple's Safari and a underneath technology of Mac OS X, has been ported to Windows. A standalone browser, named Swift, has been created for Windows users to test the WebKit rendering engine. In other words, you can now run (an early version of) Safari on Windows.

Windows users who are interested in getting WebKit for Windows or the Swift browser can visit GetWebKit.org site.

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Please be advised that Swift is currently in version 0.1. It has a number of bugs.

Swift 0.1
(Screenshot provided by SillyDog701 member Pedro S.)

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Posted by Antony Shen on August 4, 2006 12:24 AM

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