Safari (web browser) facts for kids
|Initial release||January 7, 2003|
|Written in||C++, Objective-C and Swift|
Windows (discontinued, last version: 5.1.7 on May 9, 2012)
|License||Freeware; some components GNU LGPL|
Apple Inc. replaced the previous default web browser, Internet Explorer, with their Safari many years ago. Steve Jobs, the founder of Apple, said that it would be released in January of 2003. Since then, 6 types of Safari have been made. The newest one was made in June of 2012.
Safari has a number of features. Some are specific to certain operating systems or platforms. Here is a list of some of Safari's features:
- Email webpage (macOS only)
- Save webpage
- Top sites (pages most visited)
- Support for HTML5
- Development features
- Opening webpage with another browser
- Changing user agent
- Web Inspector
- Error console
- Disable CSS
Images for kids
Safari's Web Inspector in macOS Mojave.
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