Browser Speed Comparison Test

We all want faster, safer, and reliable… Checkout the browser speed comparison test at PCGames Hardware. The tests they ran focused on pure speed. You can even run the same tests at Sunspider, Futuremark Peacekeeper, and Acid.

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Big browser comparison test: Internet Explorer vs. Firefox, Opera, Safari and Chrome

June 19, 2009 – by Link, Riemann

PC Games Hardware tested the speed of the internet browsers Internet Explorer 6, 7 and 8, Mozilla Firefox 2.0, 3.0.11 and 3.5b99, Opera 9.6 and 10, Safari 3.1.1 and 4.0, Chrome 1.0, 2.0 and 3.0 with the benchmarks Peacekeeper and Sunspider and checked them with the Acid tests as well.

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  1. So…as i suspected. Something’s gone wrong with Firefox. I’ve already shifted to Chrome and Opera about 1 week ago.
    This post was a stunning revelation Rick.

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  2. FF would suddenly disappear and when I try to open it again, it takes me a lot of maneuvering for hours before it comes back! It’s weird Rick.
    I noticed too that whenever I restart my pc, a new set of programs would be on. All is on and off!! lol
    You see, my laptop VAIO is 4 years old and running on just XP Home.
    It’s like driving a battered but reliable truck.
    I wonder how I manage to keep it running! lol

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  3. Pochp,

    I also have a laptop VAIO that runs on WinXP, and it’s 8 years old! Still, FF runs okay on my machine,

    Adrian

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  4. Pochp,

    Follow Bill’s lead on this; I was suspecting the same thing. The clue I’m seeing is that you are reporting seeing a “new set of programs” appear which is typical of a malware infection.

    Rick

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  5. I’ve tried different AV’s and the worst grade I got was that there’s a minor 7% threat- 93% clean.
    Isn’t it possible that Microsoft itself is the culprit?
    I just uninstalled Windows Defender and now it’s back to normal!

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