Safari on a windows 7 64bit computer

  Migwell 10:19 AM 25 May 13

Can I install Apple Safari onto my Windows 7 64 bit computer, as I am using it on an iPad and my iPhone and feel it would be better to use a common programme on all my situations?

  Chronos the 2nd 10:27 AM 25 May 13
  Woolwell 11:09 AM 25 May 13

Just be careful what else comes with it. I have Safari on my W7 64bit PC. But I prefer IE10 and Chrome.

  hssutton 11:36 AM 25 May 13

Same as Woolwell I have it on my W7 64bit, but prefer Chrome

  Migwell 15:13 PM 25 May 13

I am also trying very hard to get away from Google. I want to basicaly dump them, whith all their spying. I thought as I am using Safari on the Apple things I would be better off using using their system, if I could.

  Migwell 20:13 PM 25 May 13

OK now that's done, I now have Safari, and it works OK. The next thing is, how can I get my iPad 4 to work with my Canon ip4700 printer?

  Migwell 20:14 PM 25 May 13

Oh and I forgot my iPhone 4 on ios6.1.3 I also would like to be able to print from this.

  Woolwell 21:41 PM 25 May 13

I don't think that you will be able to print from the iPad or iPhone with the IP4700. I don't think that the IP4700 has wifi capability or Ethernet and you will need a printer that is Airprint compatible Airprint basics. There isn't any real difference for printing between the iPad and iPhone.


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