New study finds Internet Explorer 9 faster than Chrome and Firefox
In a new study conducted by a web performance management firm called New Relic, Internet Explorer 9 is faster than both Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox when it comes to loading pages in Windows.
New Relic was able to capture 690,000 page views per minute of real-time performance statistics. Based on the data, Internet Explorer 9 was able to load pages half a second faster than Chrome and Firefox. Microsoft continues to brag about how Internet Explorer 9 is the company’s continued effort in giving users “the best performance with the sites you love.”
“Being the first app performance company to build real user monitoring as a core, native feature of application performance management, we are currently monitoring about 750 million page views a day, 5 billion a week and 20 billion a month for 20,000 active accounts,” New Relic states.
Microsoft recently put up a new website that not only pokes fun at the company’s Internet Explorer browser, but also encourages those who have not used Internet Explorer 9 to install it and add a pinned site to their Windows 7 taskbar, just to experience how awesome it is.
“We will continue to push the web forward with our investments in hardware accelerated HTML5 – and what that means for Internet Explorer users is that the web is not going to just get faster, but richer and more dynamic than ever before,” Microsoft added.Chrome, Firefox, Google, IE9, Microsoft, Mozilla