Safari is the default web browser on all Apple devices. Although most users now prefer using the Chrome browser, Safari still is a popular browser among Apple device users.
If you often switch between Windows and Mac computers, you might want to use the Safari web browser when you are on a PC running Windows 10/11.
In this guide, we will know how to download and install the Apple Safari browser on Windows 10/11.
Can I install Safari on Windows 10 or Windows 11?
Yes, you can download and install the Safari browser on Windows 11, Windows 10, and Windows 7 as well. However, the catch is that Apple no longer develops Safari for Windows operating system. This means that the latest version of Safari is not available for the Windows operating system.
You need to download and install the Safari version 5.1.7 released a few years ago. That said, the Safari version 5.1.7 is officially available to download from Apple and is fully compatible with the latest Windows 10, both 32-bit and 63-bit systems. The last version of Safari for Windows was released on May 9, 2012.
Before installing this version of Safari on Windows 11 or 10, remember that it’s an outdated version and lacks many of the security features present in the latest version of Safari. We recommend using the latest version of Chrome, Edge, or Firefox for peace of mind.
How to install Safari on Windows 10 or Windows 11?
Installing Safari on Windows 11/10 or earlier versions of the Windows operating system is as easy as installing any other web browser. Here is how to do just that.
Step 1: Click here to download Safari 5.1.7 setup file from Apple. The setup supports both 32-bit and 64-bit Windows 11/10/8/7 systems.
Step 2: Run the installer and then follow the on-screen directions to get it installed.
Can I install the latest version of Safari on Windows 11/10?
Sadly, there is no way out there to install the latest version of the Safari browser on Windows 10 or 11 as Apple stopped developing Safari for Windows operating system long ago.
Apple discontinued the Safari for Windows likely because very few users were using the Safari on Windows.
If you want to try out the latest version of Safari, you will have to install the newest version of macOS on Windows 10/11 in a virtual machine.