Safari and Bing on Windows, What A Rebel.

I am such a rebel.

I just downloaded Safari for Windows FOUR. TIMES. FASTER. or double my money back, and I told you I was using Bing.com

Just a couple more refinements (like getting rid of Windows) and I’ll have this baby tweaked just right.

UPDATE: Gmail locks up. fer gawds sake! @$&^%$

UPDATE 2: Safari won’t open .pdf.

UPDATE 3: I miss the Firefox add-ons.

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Safari and Bing on Windows, What A Rebel. — 3 Comments

  1. One of the reasons I stopped using Firefox was because of all the money that Mozilla was making from its relationship with Google. I would like it if it made making other search engines just as likely or easily as Google.
    Given that 85% of Mozillas revenue comes from Google, no wonder Firefox still defaults to Google search page. I thought Mozilla was a non-profit?
    So I switched to Safari. True it is made by Apple, but Apple isn’t in Google’s pocket like Mozilla.
    It’s in its own pocket. Now if only I can get an ad blocker to block out those idiotic Ads by Google that I see on every G@#D#$@@ webpage out there.

  2. I kinda like Bing too but unlikely that it will replace Google for me. If a pretty background is the main thing that lures me over there than I doubt it will make the cut in the long run.

    I didn’t know about the relation between google and firefox but so what? Joint ventures and “your back, my back” is pretty commonplace in the world, I don’t have a problem with it as long as quality doesn’t suffer. And hey, it’s not like you’re blocked from typing “bing.com”. 😉
    .-= DTs Flash Drive Blog´s last blog ..Slim but Trim =-.

  3. I use Bing and Google whenever i want to find something on the internet. I think that both search engines are very good. :