Safari has a very nice and original interface in the style of Mac OS, built-in technologies for reading RSS, convenient system of bookmarks, integrated search, automatic form filling, pop-up blocker, spell checker, supports a variety of plug-ins, and also has the option not to preserve the history of names, surf the web, passwords, search queries, etc..
And, of course, Safari supports the latest web technology Html and Css: audio and video tags Html5, form Css3, Css-animation and more.
The browser is based on the engine WebKit, which code is freely distributed. Safari was established at a time when between Apple and Microsoft deadline for an agreement on support for the Macintosh platform in Internet Explorer. Once this happens, work to support the Explorer for Mac was discontinued.
The Main Characteristics Of Safari:
Broad support for tabs, allowing rearrange them, move tabs from one window to another, and the creation of new windows of the tabs.
The size of the search form varies depending on the length of the input search query. Can be used to choose Google or Yahoo!
Pop-up Blocker. By default, Safari blocks all unwanted windows.
Search on the history of navigation and bookmarks.
Spell check all text input fields.
Ability to change the size of text fields, which makes it very convenient typing large sizes.
AutoComplete fields in web forms.
Built-in password manager.
Tools for subscription and feed reader.
“proprietary” system anti-aliased text.
Advantages Of Safari:
Integration with popular search engines Google and Yahoo
Support simultaneous opening of multiple windows, tabs
Content Filter pop-up windows
Ability to hide surfing without adding to the history, preservation cookie and password
Return to the original search results by function Snapback
Support for CSS3 and HTML5
Realization of technology QuickTime to view video
Function display web pages DOM
Support for SSL and TLS