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If you're currently a satisfied Safari 3 user, all you need to do is sit back and wait. When the beta process ends and Safari 4 is officially released, Apple's Software Update will let you know when the program is available for download. On the other hand, if you're happily using one of the other major browsers, the new features and enhanced performance of Safari 4 may be sufficiently enticing to convince you at least to try it. Because Safari is free and can coexist with whichever other browsers you're currently running, there's nothing to be lost by taking it out for a spin. (And Windows users can always uninstall Safari 4 if they decide that it isn't the be-all and end-all of browsers.)

Steve Schwartz has a Ph.D. in psychology and lives in the fictional town of Lizard Spit, AZ, where he's attended by Spooky (his faithful dog), Sydney (his African Gray attack parrot), and the irradiating glow of a roomful of computers. To learn more about Steve and his many Peachpit Press books, visit his website, Silicon Wasteland.

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