- Rendering - it makes the fonts look more rounded and more like the printed page
- Compatibility - it actually has a good crack at running scripts on the page - it manages to make my "tag line" come up for the Incredible.org.uk website, which IE can't (probably due to a script error of mine)
- Window behaviour - little tabs kind of flip over and behave all Mac-ey
- Support - there's a nifty feature for reporting bugs to Apple and it feels like they care
- Speed of execution - it claims to launch faster and run faster
Screen shots of Incredible.org.uk from the two.
So if you want to be a Mac bigot, then you can sit with Safari and Quicktime on your PC and waste all of our lives. I always preferred David Mitchell anyway. So I won't be rubbing myself into an aesthetic stupour over this new contribution from Apple into the whole shallow world of pointless prettiness.