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Old 23rd April 2011
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Default 'Real' JavaScript benchmark topped by...Microsoft

From http://www.theregister.co.uk/2011/04...ipt_benchmark/

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Douglas Crockford - the man who "discovered" JSON and a senior JavaScript architect at Yahoo! – has released a new benchmark designed to test the "actual" performance of the major web browsers on "real" JavaScript applications. And according to the test, the browser with the speediest JavaScript engine...is not Google Chrome.

In fact, when running the benchmark, Chrome and its new Crankshaft engine are slower than all the other major browsers. And the fastest browser, in the estimation of Crockford, isn't Firefox or Opera.

It's Internet Explorer 10, which is currently available as a preview.
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