Sam Allen from DotNetPerls.com has tested the most recent web browser versions to find out, which one of them consumes the most and least memory.
Usign script help, he has loaded 150 the most popular sites as per Alexa.com and monitored results.
Results: Continue Reading
It’s that time of the month again: web browser performance and benchmark results. This time it’s going to be a little bit different. The graph you are about to see is from Peacekeeper benchmark site and as James Gallagher explained to us: this chart is made from averaging results from thousands of PC with the three CPUs listed.
Safari 4 Beta
Safari 4 Final
Chrome 184.108.40.206 Beta Continue Reading
The waiting is over. Mozilla has finally released the very first Firefox 3.5 release candidate (RC) build.
Besides usual performance and stability improvements, Firefox 3.5 introduces HTML 5 tags support, such as: < video >, < audio >, downloadable fonts, etc. Also: private browsing feature, location aware browsing and more. For a complete list of changes, visit here.
Thanks to Mihailo Bursac (djix) and Shane Bundy for sending this.
Mozilla is re-launching the “Extend Firefox” contest for the upcoming Firefox 3.5 release. Just like last year, developers are asked to create the next best Firefox add-on and get prizes for that. Actually, if you have already released an awesome add-on, they will be giving away prizes for “Best Updated Add-on” as well.
Best New Add-on
Best Updated Add-on
Best Shopping Add-on
Best Game & Entertainment Add-on
For a complete list of prizes, visit the contest details page.
Mozilla Links reports that the next version of Firefox web browser, which will likely be 3.6 is going to feature about:me sprint.
What does it to?
Basically, it will provide user statistics on his frequent visited web pages, average tab load, etc.
As from Mozilla Wiki: Continue Reading