No. It also depends on the internal engine used by the browser to
'contruct' the elements. On Windows plataforms, Netscape are slower to
render cached pages. But IE has an advantage, it is built around some native
windows functionalities, one of the reasons it is faster. I don't know for
other plataforms tought.
Anyway, Opera is the fastest :-) Also the new engine from mozilla (not NS
6.0), is fast, but since it is not to be considerable a final release, even
most recent ones, I can't imagine what the future might bring.
One and One and One is Three
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> Are IE and Netscape both set the same as far as caching?
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