Yesterday at the WWDCApple announced the release of Safari 4, their most recent update to the Safari web browser. Both the keynote and the press release were filled with the standard self-aggrandizing Apple rhetoric. We've cut away the thick layers of fawning self praise in order to give you a look at the cool new features and functions you can expect from Safari 4.
-Support for HTML 5 and "advanced" CSS effects is built into Safari 4.
-In OSX Snow Leopard Safari runs as a 64 bit application, increasing Nitro performance by "up to 50%".
-New Safari 4 features include "top sites", which will give you a visual preview of your most visited sites, "full history search", which is self-explanatory, and "cover flow" which allows you to flip through web history and bookmarks.
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