For a firm whose fans cry plagiarism at the first opportunity, it's always funny when Apple nicks ideas - and with Safari 4, it's clearly been looking at Google Chrome.
Tabs at the top of the window? A grid of frequently visited sites with a Search History option? There's something awfully familiar about that, especially on Windows.
Now that Apple has abandoned its annoying insistence on giving a Windows program the OS X look and feel - something that looks utterly bizarre on a PC - Safari and Chrome could be twins.