0.21% is the jump that Safari on Windows has made since it went from 3.0 to 3.0.1 says Net Applications, a browser and OS tracking company. More and more Windows users are giving the browser from Apple a try, especially since it force fed itself onto them via iTunes. But however they try it, they're trying it and apparently a growing number of users are liking it.
This is great news for Apple and for any web designer. I myself in the last two weeks have discovered how painful IE7 really is. On another site in development, the site looks and preforms beautifully in Safari and just about every other browser than IE7. IE7 is the only one that completely messes everything up. The IE8 Beta even does a better job at rendering. After reading page after page and forum after forum, I quickly found out that I'm not the only one who wishes everyone would stop using the lousy browser. And that's not just coming from a Apple fanboy, the bulk of which are PC users.
Anyway, this is a good sign that more and more PC users are moving away from IE7 and trying out other browsers, Safari being one of them.