Here are just some features the new Safari browser (still in beta) "copied" from Chrome:
- tabs are on top of the browser
- each tab runs in a separate process
- due to the separation of tabs running in different processes, tabs can be dragged&dropped out of Safari to become a separate independent instance.
- the organisation of the menu (on top right, just beside the search bar there are two buttons, one for creating a new tab and the other for the settings menu etc...just identical as in Chrome)
- when opening a new tab, a collection of top sites with small screenshots is shown ("Most visited" page in Chrome)
Anyway, I like how Chrome is organized and so I'll probably now like also Safari :) Of course where Apple is still superior are the special effects as for instance when you click on a page in the "top sites" view etc.. But no one would even try to compete on that. And they finally changed to the OS native look and feel. The old Safari 3 with the Mac-like L&F just didn't fit in the Windows environment.