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Main 2 Firefox 4 vs. Internet Explorer 9 (Sidelines other Browers including Google Chrome 10 Beta)

Is Firefox better than IE?

Alex N

on 23 May 2011

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Transcript of Main 2 Firefox 4 vs. Internet Explorer 9 (Sidelines other Browers including Google Chrome 10 Beta)

Has one of the fastest Rendering times of today
Most secure Web Browser
One of the Easiest web Browers to use
Add ons are available Pros Cons Too much add ons can slow the machine
Takes a while to shut down Pro Easy to use
Has one of the Best Help and Supports Cons It can only be used with Windows 7 and Vista
Has Difficulty in redering Fin Firefox is better compared to Internet Explore Since it's more secure, faster, and easier to use despite it being open source. Overall Firefox 4 is better despite
the sells being a close tie with
Internet Explorer 9 actually winning

And for those who want to see
Firefox 4, IE9, and Chrome 10 Beta
in competition with the others,
watch the results in comparission. vs. Firefox Internet
Explorer Keep in mind that Google chrome is'nt in the competetion since it's still in Beta. New Firefox 4 Vs. New IE9
Other browsers includding
Chrome 10 (in Beta)

Within the first couple of weeks we’ve had two major Web browser releases. First being Microsoft’s Internet Explorer 9, and the second being Mozilla’s officially launched Firefox 4. Firefox appears to have won the launch-day even though both had millions of downloads on its initial launch day contest but if you dig deeper beneath the stats of the results, the battle was perhaps much closer then the dramatic news headlines might suggest.
There's no doubt the latest crop of stable browsers from Google, Microsoft, and Mozilla are the best the companies have ever produced. But how do they perform when tested under identical conditions? A number of tests were carried out, including tests of JavaScript and HTML5 performance, boot times, and memory usage. Four of the most popular and well respected publicly available tests were used: WebKit SunSpider 0.9.1, Mozilla Kraken 1.0, Google V8 version 6, and JSGameBench 0.3.
By the results from the test above Firefox is pretty good and its overall rating is perfect despite the two 4.5 out of 5’s. The first being Speed and Compatibility while the second is Help and Support in which Internet Explorer surpasses it with a perfect 5 out of 5.
Overall Firefox is better (despite Chrome being in the beta and cant necessarily compete with the two but its great overall still) then Internet Explorer. Firefox looks as if it won but when it came to including RC downloads then Internet Explorer actually won but the competition dealt with full downloads not incomplete ones.
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