Apple says its Safari 4 browser has been downloaded more than 11 million times since releasing it three days ago at its Worldwide Developers Conference. That includes more than 6 million downloads on Microsoft (MSFT) Windows machines.
Many of those downloads were probably done automatically via routine software updates. (Ours were.) And it’s not as big as Mozilla’s Firefox record — 8 million in the first day. But for a browser that most people don’t use as their default, it’s not bad.