Winner – Chrome 10
Internet Explorer 9 Beta, as usual, fails to finish the test, and Chrome 10, to the surprise, works slowlier than the previous version. Latest beta release of Opera (Opera 11) makes some significant improvement.
Winner - Opera 11 Beta
Boot – up and Warm Loading
The Opera appeared to be a little bit faster than Chrome 10 in cold boot-ups (a.k.a just after booting up). In re-booting, Opera and Chrome are nearly instant in raising up, while Firefox 4 has surprisingly long start up delays – about 20 seconds.
Tie: Chrome 10 and Opera 10
Memory Use (No Extensions)
The 7 browsers in original form with no extension was tested, which shows that Firefox 3.6 used upon the lightest memory, goes after is Opera. The memory used for nine tabs in Chrome increased significantly.
Winner Firefox 3.6
Memory Use (With Extensions)
This is a tough test, since the extension for each browser is not the same, for example, one of the extension – Cooloris, is available for neither Firefox 4 nor Opera 11. The extension was tested, and with five extension and nine tabs loaded, Firefox 3.6 does a really good job.
Winner Firefox 3.6
Nine tabs are opened at the same time including: Google, YouTube, Hulu, Lifehacker, Gizmodo and each brower’ own homepage to test for the quick tab loading. Here are results.
Winner: Chrome 8 (Stable version)
Due to the scored on tests of Loading, Javasripts, Dom/css and Memory, usage we rated each of browsers as followed:
It shows that Chrome 10 received the highest score; however, due to your own needs – designing, surfing and so on, you could do separated test and would choose the "winner" which suits you best.
The final winner - Chrome 10
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