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Surprised?

Testing browsers I always thought would be easy.  In reality, it’s much more complex than that. Many things need to be taken into account when comparing the page load performance of different browsers. For example, due to the constantly changing nature of the test it is not easy to tell if the exact same content was delivered to each browser for each test. ISP’s, routers, and cable modems often cache their content. The amount of network traffic can easily change between tests. All of these things (and more) can dramatically effect page load times.

So you may be wondering how we did this test? 

Our tests take all of the above factors and more into consideration. A whitepaper detailing our methodology can be found here:

Measuring Browser Performance: Understanding issues in benchmarking and performance analysis

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