And by the way, no I only have QuickTime installed. Why Apple thinks it's cool to offer me Safari or iTunes is beyond me.
As Chaks noted before, reporting some of his friends' reaction to "Safari":
...let me meet some of my friends here and ask them about this. These people use iPod and iTunes either in XP or Vista, and, these users aren't tech savvy or know much about Computers. They just want their PC or Mac or whatever, to work.
So, here is what some of my friends told,
1) Some thought Safari "was something" that iTunes requires
2) Some thought iTunes browser "was upgraded" to Safari
3) Some didnt even knew that something called "Safari" had been installed
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