Google's Chrome browser has stolen market share from every competitor except Apple's Safari, according to internet measurement company Net Applications.
At the end of its second week, Chrome accounted for 0.85% of the browsers that visited the 40,000 sites monitored by Net Applications, an increase from the 0.67% of the week before.
Internet Explorer, Firefox, Opera and Netscape all dropped, but Safari gained nearly 0.7 percentage points.
Vizzaccaro has an idea why. "[Chrome] isn't available on Mac OS X yet," he says. Until Google issues a Mac-specific version, the only way Apple users can run Chrome is in a Windows-based virtual machine, or by using Apple's Boot Camp dual-boot utility.