Apple announced a Windows version of their web browser, Safari beta version 3. Apple continues to blur the line between “PC” and “Mac”, giving those that prefer or are required to use PCs an option to experience Apple software. Safari has only about 5% of the browser market, but with Safari on Windows that share is sure to grow. Here in Apple’s words are some reasons to switch. Another reason: if you are thinking of getting an iPhone, Safari is built in, giving you a seamless experience between using an app on the phone and on your laptop (as long as your phone is “on the web”).