Windows users who have the iTunes updater installed have been invited to install Safari as well. Unfortunately, the installer doesnit seem to know itis on Windows 2000, where Safari doesnit work, according to Adrian Kingsley-Hughes at ZDNet on Thursday.
The problem is that Safari has trouble, according to Mr Kingsley-Hughes installing in WIndows 2000 and isnit supported. If it can be coerced into installing, it wonit run.
Screenshots showed the attempted installation.
No doubt, Apple will fix that just as fast, with an update to the updater, as they fixed the wording of the license that said Safari is [at first] only licensed for Apple-labelled computers.