Apple has finally given the people what they want by taking the plunge and releasing OS X Mountain Lion onto the Mac App Store. And judging by the mounting reviews, it seems to have been greeted with extreme positivity. With that being said, we all know that you can't please all of the people all the time, and it was always going to be the case that there would be some unhappy campers with certain aspects of the release. As part of Mountain Lion 10.8 and also as part of the OS X Lion update, Apple has made a few changes to their Safari web browser taking it to version 6 and in turn removed some much loved features.
Apple's Safari browser, native to those running OS X, has just been updated to version 6, bringing with it a whole host of interesting new changes. Atop the menu is the Smart Search Field, which, like the omnibar on Google's popular Chrome browser, allows you to use one bar for typing web addresses and search queries.