Safari’s really fast. It blows Firefox 2 and my previous favorite, Opera away. Â However, I’ve held back from using it as my primary browser because the one thing that bothers me more than slowly loading websites are websites that insist on playing music or showing a video as soon as I load them. Â
This was a complete deal-breaker until I rediscovered SafariStand. Â SafariStand is a small set of plugins for Safari that includes little features like colorizing html source, a sidebar that shows the thumbnails of all open tabs, and a way to block flash animations from automatically loading. Â
It’s mac only, and if I read the broken English right, will be that way for the planned future. If you want your Safari experience to be even better, it’s worth checking out.
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