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  • Firefox 68 vs. Chrome 76 Linux Web Browser Performance Benchmarks

    Phoronix: Firefox 68 vs. Chrome 76 Linux Web Browser Performance Benchmarks

    With this week's release of the Chrome 76 web browser, here are some fresh benchmarks of that latest Google web browser release compared to Firefox 68 on Ubuntu Linux...

    http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pag...me-76-Browsers

  • #2
    These synthetic benchmarks really don't reflect what i'm experiencing with 200 Tabs open ^^
    I don't know if it's easily possible, but it would be interessting if those benchmarks could be done with a lot of open tabs - chrome really suffers beyond 50 tabs in my experience.

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    • #3
      Possible at some day run benchmark for more Linux browser? Open and proprietary like Opera, Vivaldi, Yandex, Brave, Epiphany, Midori, Falkon, Otter-browser and etc?

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      • #4
        Doesn't matter how fast it is. Chrome only exists to ensure Google gets access to all your personal data. So it isn't a fair comparison. Firefox is an actual web browser. Chrome is malware disguised as a web browser.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Termy View Post
          These synthetic benchmarks really don't reflect what i'm experiencing with 200 Tabs open ^^
          I don't know if it's easily possible, but it would be interessting if those benchmarks could be done with a lot of open tabs - chrome really suffers beyond 50 tabs in my experience.
          Man you probably should not have that many tabs open, that's ridiculus!

          Imo unfortunately the performance difference is pretty noticable in day to day usage, which forces me to stick to chrome kinda :/

          EDIT:
          Btw one thing I have noticed is that chrome just *feels* much faster while scrolling for example. This is becasue firefox scrolling alorithm is designed to have more "drag" and be less responive than the chrome counterpart. At least that's what my testing has suggested.
          Last edited by Nuc!eoN; 08-02-2019, 08:35 AM.

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          • #6
            Nothing new, Firefox is still slow af. Carry on.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Nuc!eoN View Post
              Imo unfortunately the performance difference is pretty noticable in day to day usage, which forces me to stick to chrome kinda :/
              Could you please give us a link to some web site where we really can experience such performance difference?

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Termy View Post
                These synthetic benchmarks really don't reflect what i'm experiencing with 200 Tabs open ^^
                I don't know if it's easily possible, but it would be interessting if those benchmarks could be done with a lot of open tabs - chrome really suffers beyond 50 tabs in my experience.
                Chrome is no well optimized about CPU and Memory mainly when used with more than 10 tabs in 2GB/4GB RAM Laptop causing bottleneck this On Windows

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                • #9
                  They're contentrating right now on getting webrender stable on a variety of gpus rather than performance work. That'll come in later on.

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                  • #10
                    Color me surprised.

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