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Steve Jobs once jokingly compared Apple making software for Windows to "offering glasses of ice water to people in hell." A few weeks later, Apple launched a version of its Safari web browser for Windows. Although Safari has never taken off and gained big market share on Windows, it does have a niche appeal to those who like the sparse UI and quick loading times. It also represents one of Apple's most open initiatives, the WebKit browser engine that powers Safari and which Apple refined from earlier technologies and then turned into an open source project that has since been used by Google, Nokia, Palm, BlackBerry, and others.
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