Speeding Along with Chrome 5


Speeding Along with Chrome 5

Good news for those who are still hanging on to their Chrome browsers - while there were past reports popping all over the net with regards to its demon-like speed, the latest version is reportedly a vast 30% - 35% improvement over the previous release. And going back a bit further into time, the newest Chrome 5 is also 213 - 305% speedier than the original Chrome release, according to Google.

computerworld.com - But, if numbers are what you want, here's what I found using the SunSpider JavaScript benchmarks. I ran these tests on a pair of Dell 530S desktop PCs. These older computers are powered by a 2.2GHz Intel Pentium E2200 dual-core processor with an 800MHz front-side bus. Each has 4GB of RAM, a 500GB SATA (Serial ATA) drive, and an Integrated Intel 3100 GMA (Graphics Media Accelerator) chipset. One was loaded with Windows XP SP3 and the other used MEPIS 8.0 desktop Linux. First, I ran the benchmarks with an old copy of Chrome 4, which I installed just for these tests, and then with Chrome 5.0.375.29, the latest beta. The average result was 660.4ms for Chrome 4 and 380.0 for Chrome 5.

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