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That test is bunk. Opera 10 Beta has been out for several weeks longer than Firefox 3.5, yet they used Opera 10 Alpha for their comparison tests. I certainly wouldn't put much weight on a test done by an organization using badly outdated software.

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Chrome still has issues loading certain sites, in particular a bank site we use doesn't work correctly in Chrome and its clones which is why I removed it.

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That test is bunk. Opera 10 Beta has been out for several weeks longer than Firefox 3.5, yet they used Opera 10 Alpha for their comparison tests. I certainly wouldn't put much weight on a test done by an organization using badly outdated software.

 

Opera is still running on an ooooold Javascript engine. A slight version difference shouldn't really matter.

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Opera is still running on an ooooold Javascript engine. A slight version difference shouldn't really matter.

That may be true, but how is the test valid if some tests are done using final version software, but others are done using ALPHA software? It's well known that alpha software is in a very early stage of development, and that beta and final versions almost always offer improved performance and stability. So to compare Opera 10 ALPHA to Firefox 3.5 FINAL is very unfair.

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Using V8 Benchmark suite to compare Chrome, Safari and others browsers is really stupid.

It is made by Google and Apple (and other companies) <_<

 

And it only tests JavaScript...

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