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  • Google Trumpets The Success Of Their Chrome "RenderingNG" Performance Initiative

    Phoronix: Google Trumpets The Success Of Their Chrome "RenderingNG" Performance Initiative

    For the better part of the past decade Google has been pursuing performance improvements to their Chrome/Chromium web browser as the "RenderingNG" initiative to provide faster web page performance, lower memory consumption, and better battery life. This current work is finally wrapping up in 2021 to great success...

    https://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pa...nderingNG-2021

  • #2
    up to 1400 years of CPU time per day saved,
    How? You can't save more than (one day * number of cores) of CPU time per day!

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    • #3
      That's cool, but can i have hardware acceleration now?

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      • #4
        Makes sense.

        Google attracts huge userbases because their browser is the fastest. They have to remain the fastest otherwise the whole data theft scheme falls apart. Google's creepy "peek-a-boo I see you" for all of your data rolls on.

        You wouldn't let Google conduct espionage on you if their browser were slower than IE, now would you? Of course not.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by tildearrow View Post

          How? You can't save more than (one day * number of cores) of CPU time per day!
          utilization = (days * (number of cores * load)) .... you forgot the load

          http://www.dirtcellar.net

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          • #6
            Originally posted by tildearrow View Post

            How? You can't save more than (one day * number of cores) of CPU time per day!
            They are referring to in aggregate across all running browsers worldwide. Considering chromes penetration this is unsurprising.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by ezst036 View Post
              Makes sense.

              Google attracts huge userbases because their browser is the fastest. They have to remain the fastest otherwise the whole data theft scheme falls apart. Google's creepy "peek-a-boo I see you" for all of your data rolls on.

              You wouldn't let Google conduct espionage on you if their browser were slower than IE, now would you? Of course not.
              Insert Safari claiming to be faster than any other browser here. ;p

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              • #8
                I think somewhere along the way they forgot the "lower memory consumption" part

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                • #9
                  That "up to 0.5% improved battery life" is a game changer
                  How the hell do you even measure that?

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                  • #10
                    Still now making up for all the wasted millennia of vp8/vp9 decoding on CPU, thanks to youtube using those source-dump-is-a-spec formats.

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