Industry analysts say there’s nothing unusual about the way Apple is distributing Safari updates to Windows users, despite complaints from the CEO of Mozilla about the practice.
Mozilla CEO John Lilly calls Apple's behavior of pushing Safari on Windows users wrong and "borders on malware distribution practices."
As Apple Inc. CEO Steve Jobs promised last summer, Apple has begun leveraging its dominance in the music download business by pushing the Windows version of its Safari Web browser to iTunes and QuickTime users running XP or Vista.
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