Safari 3.2 Crash Issues Solved by Recent Update
Article by George Norman
On 25 Nov 2008
A couple of weeks back, the 3.2 update that Apple released for the Safari browser, instead of making it a lot safer (security features such as phishing protection were added) made the software program crash, which really annoyed the users. Apple has now released another update, Safari 3.2.1, meant to fix the cockups from the previous update.

There are three update versions that you can download; all of them are Safari 3.2.1, but they all refer to different operating systems: Mac OS X Leopard, Mac OS X Tiger, and Microsoft Windows. Assuming that the recent Safari crash fiasco did not put you off completely and did not deter you to switch to another similar software program, and assuming that you can get your Safari browser to fire up, then you can initiate the update by clicking on Apple Menu -> Software Update. If this is not an option, you can simply visit the Apple Support Downloads web page and get it from there.


I am not going to advise you to do anything just yet, even though the Apple team says the “update includes stability improvements and is recommended for all Safari users.” The last time I told you to update your Safari browser it turned out that the update was not a “security blessing”, so I will be reserved. What I can tell you is that Firefox 3.0.4 offers similar online protection features as Safari does, is stable, and provides a proper Internet browsing user experience.

Today has been all about the web and the software products that are used to browse it. As mentioned above, Apple has updated Safari to version 3.2.1, but it is not the only company to do so – Google has also issued a Chrome update. Opera’s Mini 4.2 Beta browser has made it to the Android powered G1 phone, but the most exciting news is regarding Lunascape 5.0 Genesis Alpha, the browser that uses three different rendering engines in order to provide a highly compatible and efficient software program (not to mention a very fast browser).

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