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Linux's best web browser?
The first thing I noticed with the beta is that it's faster than ever. Pages that drag to the screen on Firefox burst on to the screen with Chrome. This wasn't just my perception. On the SunSpider JavaScript Benchmark test, Chrome 4.0.249.11 zipped in at 786.2 milliseconds. That's more than three-times faster than Firefox 3.5.6 with its 2,969.4 milliseconds on the exact same machine. Wow.
 read more | score:7309 | -Ray, January 5, 2010
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