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Old 29th January 2010, 15:33   #1
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The test results of the SunSpider test suite speak for themselves. The fastest web browser is and will remain Google's Chrome. Since the update can change the Firefox to version 3.6 nothing in it. It is true that even the Mozilla browser in the test of the remaining competitors deposed, but the Firefox requires almost twice as long for the calculation of the benchmarks, as Chrome.

Both the results of the Opera browser, as well as the Internet Explorer are limited compared to Chrome completely out of line. Opera requires almost six and a half times as long for the javascript test that IE8 even ten times as long.

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