According to this post on MacRumors, Apple listened to Windows users and changed the way Apple’s Auto update works so that it’s more clear that Safari isn’t an update — it’s a new application.
You’ll recall my complaint though included the fact that Apple was "pre-selecting" Safari for download, rather than requiring me to make that decision.
They may have changed the UI to better indicate that Safari wasn’t an update, but Safari remains checked for automatic download. Lame, lame, lame Apple. Try try again.
Oh, and one more rant — Apple: We don’t need another web browser for Windows.