OK, this is pretty weird. Apple makes its Safari web browser available for Windows following on from iTunes for Windows. An interesting decision considering how far firefox has eaten into the established Internet Explorer market. Competition’s a good thing but the market is already quite crowded and it’s hard to know what Safari for windows is offering as distinct from IE or Firefox or even Opera. If it’s got speed and no memory leaks (hello firefox!!) then it could gain some traction. I guess windows users can only download and see for themselves (though it would seem that the real reason for Safari on Windows might be as a tie-in for the upcoming iPhone).