Safari 4 adds a plug-in isolation feature; this is similar t Google's Chrome in that when you launch a plug-in it opens that plug-in in its own space. This means that if the plug-in crashes you do not lose the whole browser just that tab. (IE 8 has this also)
If you are interested Safari 4 should be ready for live download later today. Just remember that Safari while blazingly fast is also one of the easiest browsers to hack.
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The biggest news, though, is that, like Google Chrome, Safari 4 now hands each plugin off to its own process. So if you're watching a YouTube video and the Flash plugin crashes, only that tab will crash and not the whole browser. God that makes me happy.
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