Steve Jobs announced the availability of Safari 3.0 Public Beta during yesterday’s WWDC Keynote. For audience at large the biggest news about the release was that it is now available on Windows, as well. However, apparently there is a “hidden” (well, unpublicized) new feature that is just as exciting for Mac geeks like moi - Web Inpsector.

Web Inspector is a context menu-activated DOM analyzer a-la FireBug for Firefox. This thing is sweet (!) and will make Safari troubleshooting much nicer, from now on.

Thanks, Apple! Well done.