It's one thing to force a software on people, but it's even worse when that software isn't working very well.
When Apple Update offered me to install Safari, I said to myself "why not?". It's been a while since I gave Safari a spin, so it would be time to give it another shot.
At first, I was delighted. It's fast, displays fonts like newspaper. It's, different, it makes me want to buy a Mac! (I guess that was Apple's plan in the first place!)
But my fascination didn't last long. While I played with the plan that I would use Safari for my Gmail and have it open all the time, and only use Firefox for surfing, I checked RAM consumption.
Looks like Safari has a terrible memory leak. Everyone knows Firefox is a memory hog. But in just few minutes, Safari manages to occupy more memory that Firefox running not-stop for couple of day.
I bet some people will try to convince me, that it's all Windows/Microsoft/Bill's fault. :)