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Opera has been my favorite by far for years, but it is too processor heavy for little netbooks.
I'd rather stay with Safari, but with more than 100 security issues, I think I'll be moving along. I have been starting to use Safari and love the Reading List feature.
Never will buy anything advertised there just for that. Then switched to Opera, and it forced my system down to snail pace.
So I use a combination of the above, hoping that one day, someone will take the Safari path and offers internet users a really good, reliable browser, that will not anymore force us to choose plague over cholera.
And as time goes by, it is extremely likely that the number of unpatched security holes will increase.
Running an outdated browser is not good security practice, and running a browser that is EOL and has known vulnerabilities is just asking for trouble.
As well, it seems that Apple has removed just about every reference to ever having a Windows version of any Safari browser from its website.
If your computer doesn't let you complete these steps, contact the person who has administrator rights to your computer to complete the Chrome update.
Check the settings for your antivirus, firewall, or parental control software.
If your computer meets the Windows system requirements above, but Chrome isn't starting or you see the error message "This computer will no longer receive Google Chrome updates because Windows XP and Windows Vista are no longer supported," you might have Chrome set to run in Windows' Compatibility Mode.
The Apple-developed Safari is one of the least popular webkit-based browsers on Windows.
I've also tried activating and deactivating Online setup, to no avail... I've tried to set up direct connect but I don't think it's available to new customers anymore.