how to determine the best internet browser for your PC
How to determine the best Internet Browser for your Computer
This video will show you how to determine the best browser for your computer using a very useful website called Peacekeeper.
This is the official Peacekeeper website: http://clients.futuremark.com/peacekeeper/index.action
Peacekeeper scores are measured in operations per second or rendered frames per second depending on the test. When "browser X" scores twice as much as "browser Y" on the same PC it means that for a given test either:
- X ran twice as many operations as Y in the same time period
- Or X ran the test in half the time as Y
- Or X rendered the test with twice the frame rate of Y
Or in plain language, by choosing a browser with a high Peacekeeper score you are ensuring a faster and smoother web experience within the limits of your internet connection speed.
However, Peacekeeper does not test your browser’s other features nor does it measure its security functionality. It does not check for W3C conformity, nor does it test external components such as Flash. It does not test, nor is the score influenced by, your internet connection speed or latency.
In this tutorial I tested the following web browsers (from best to worse results):
1.Google Chrome Beta 9.0.597.45
2. Opera 11.0
3. Safari 5.0.3
4. Mozilla Firefox 4.0 Beta 8
5. Internet Explorer 9 Beta
6. Mozilla Firefox 3.6.13