Friday, May 22, 2009

Google chrome runs 30% faster compared to its current version

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Google chrome has just become more faster. They have released updated version of JavaScript engine V8 that enhances its performance far better than existing one.

How fast? I have tested it using V8 Benchmark Suite - version 4 and here are the results for Mozilla Firefox 3.0.10 and Google chrome 2.0.172.28…

V8 Benchmark Suite - version 4 on Mozilla Firefox 3.0.10

V8 Benchmark Suite - version 4 on Google chrome 2.0.172.28

As you can see Google chrome 2.0.172.28 score beats Mozilla Firefox 3.0.10 in raw JavaScript performance benchmark. Google chrome will also contain support for extensions in future. So stay tuned for Google chrome updates.

As of now, following is the list of features that are accommodated in latest Google chrome update,

+ Improved New Tab Page
+ Full Screen Mode (F11)
+ Form Auto fill

Following video demonstrate just that,

They have already fixed more than 300 bugs issues. If Google chrome is already installed on a machine then it will be updated automatically to accommodate these changes else download Google chrome from http://www.google.com/chrome


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