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    Default Web Browser Total War

    Mozilla released the hotly-anticipated Firefox 7 two days ago. Does it deliver on the promise of speed and memory improvements? Does Firefox 7 have what it takes to dethrone current Web Browser Grand Prix champion, Google Chrome? Read on to find out!




    Although it's only been one month since Web Browser Grand Prix VI: Firefox 6, Chrome 13, And Mac OS X Lion, the browser wars show no signs of subsiding. The last 30 days were just as feverish as those that came before. But before we get down to business, let's get all caught up on the latest in this epic saga.

    Recent Events


    08/30/11: Opera updates from version 11.50 to 11.51
    09/16/11: Google Releases Chrome 14
    09/27/11: Mozilla Releases Firefox 7
    09/29/11: Futuremark releases an open beta for the next version of Peacekeeper, announced exclusively here on Tom's Hardware.
    Ongoing: Microsoft Internet Explorer market share continues to plummet, while Google Chrome market share continues meteoric rise.

    Recent Drama


    05/04/11: Google releases "fixed" versions of Apple's SunSpider and Mozilla's Kraken JavaScript benchmarks. We missed this the first time around.
    09/01/11: David Storey, emblematic Opera developer and evangelist, leaves Opera for a new gig at Motorola, which quickly gets eaten up by Opera's arch-rival Google. Doh. Good luck, Dave!
    09/20/11: Yet another Mozilla developer incites fear and chaos by suggesting a five week (or shorter) Firefox release cycle.
    09/21/11: This idea is quickly rejected.
    09/22/11: Another camp inside Mozilla proposes Firefox ESR (Extended Support Release) for enterprise use. ESR is to be five times slower than the standard Firefox releases.
    9/29/11: Even more absurdity from Mozilla developers, this time floating the idea of banning Java to thwart security threats.

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    (from the left)Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, Opera, Safari



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    Startup Times


    Single Tab
    Google.com still serves as our single-tab startup time test page.


    Eight Tabs

    Since the new startup time tests are based on our page load timers, we decided to use those pages for this initial exercise. The test sites include Google, YouTube, Yahoo!, Amazon, Wikipedia, eBay, Craigslist, and The Huffington Post.


    Page Loading Times


    This next chart contains the page load time composite score, which is an average of the eight page load times on each Web browser.



    Page load times Reliability


    Page load reliability is measured by how many (if any) Web pages load with broken or incomplete elements while opening the 40 tabs in our memory usage tests (found on the next page). Broken elements mean missing ads, images, a jumbled layout, and so on. Each page with broken elements is counted once, no matter how many individual broken elements appear on that page.



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    Last edited by Trave160; December 2nd, 2011 at 12:31.

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    Well, I won't say TH is giving false results again this time; but better not trust 'em.

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    Yeah but chrome kicks ¤¤¤ everywhere, if only they had more add-ons and extensions.

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    TH isn't all that bad.

    Sad thing is that one of their test is wrong. A lot of sites don't properly work with Opera. My bank's site does not support it and a lot of times some functions of a site don't work either, I just end up siwtching to another browser for these things. I've been an Opera fan since...forever but I can't keep up with this for long. They better get their act together fast.

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    Chrome is the bomb, yo !
    IE gives a hard time to Web Designers
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    HTML5 Performance

    JSGameBench




    Mozilla is again the winner of the Facebook JSGameBench test. Firefox 7 knocks it out of the proverbial park, gaining more than 1000 points (or 35%) over Firefox 6, and putting second-place finisher Microsoft IE9 in its rear-view mirror. IE9 retains second place with nearly the same score as in WBGP6. So does third-place finisher Chrome, fourth-place finisher Safari, and fifth-place finisher Opera.

    GUIMark2 HTML5


    The chart below shows how each browser performs in all three GUIMark2 HTML5 tests.


    The next chart holds the GUIMark2 HTML5 composite score, which is achieved by averaging the results of the three individual tests.



    The placing order here remains the same from WBGP6 (Firefox, Internet Explorer, Chrome, Safari, Opera). The only significant changes are a three-frame increase for Chrome 14 and an equal (but opposite) decrease for Opera 11.51.

    Asteroids HTML5 Canvas 2D


    No surprise here: 2D Canvas stunner Microsoft Internet Explorer 9 takes the lead in the Asteroids benchmark. Apple Safari pulls into second place, with its WebKit-based cousin Google Chrome close behind in third. Opera earns a fourth-place victory, and Mozilla's latest Firefox finishes last, earning the only sub-30 FPS score in our test.

    Why Firefox performs so poorly in this benchmark has long puzzled us. We emailed the benchmark's author, Kevin Roast, to get his take on the situation. He pointed us to Bugzilla report #667317, as well as #680800. We hadn't received comment from Mozilla by press time, so if we get a response we'll update this page with the project's comments.

    When considering the entirety of our HTML5 testing, Internet Explorer 9 is arguably the winner. With its poor canvas 2D performance marring what would have been an otherwise stunning victory, Firefox 7 earns a very close second place behind IE9. Chrome 14 settles into a distant third. Safari places a disappointing fourth, and Opera takes a miserable last-place finish.

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