Safari 5.0.3 update brings fixes and more

Apple has updated the Safari browser bringing "improvements to usability, compatibility, stability, accessibility and security".

As well as a few bug fixes, including dealing with issues with Flash 10.1 (Apple and Adobe just can't play nicely, eh?), Netflix and Facebook the update brings with it more accurate top hit results in the address field and more accurate results in the top sites.

There is also improved stability when using JavaScript-intensive extensions, and improved stability when using VoiceOver within Safari.

Apple's browser lags well behind Internet Explorer, Chrome and Firefox for market share, but does have a loyal band of fanboys on board, so the update will be good news for them.

 

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