I work in a web-company. The browser is our one and only platform. We should know exactly which one we use, right? Well, seems we do not.
Out of 60 people who took a internal survey, 36 said their browser was "Chrome". Almost all the rest uses Firefox, some Safari and one or two IE. Quite a normal distribution for a high-tech company.
But here comes the odd part: none (as in 0) Chrome users indicated a version. Almost all Firefox users wrote something like "Firefox 4" or "Firefox 3.6". Anyone with IE was sure to indicate the version. But even the ones to have both Chrome and Firefox indicated the version only for the latter.
I have Crome installed myself (while Fireox 4 recently became my main browser, mainly due to Vimperator/Pentadactyl). And I have no clue what version it is.
I think it's a small victory for Google, and somehow a sign of the browser's quality. If no one (even quite tech-savvy users) cares about the version of the browser, it kinda shows that it simply works. Isn't it what we want from any piece of software?