Bill Davidsen wrote:
>I saw these today:
>and I do think that there are people who will choose a browser
>based on rendering speed. And as more applications are written in JS
>I suppose "rendering" is evolving into "application program execution"
>Based on some minimal testing by friends
>(I have neither Mac nor Windows) and a little of my own
>(running Chrome under WINE) I have to say that the figures of 3x faster
>seem to be at least "in the ballpark" correct,
>and browsers based on the Webkit code seem to benefit.

NoScript will yield *really* fast rendering speeds.
(Most of what is served via .js is crap.)

Only when Chrome has extensions (first and foremost: AdBlock)
does it becomes a player.
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