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  Reply # 793930 5-Apr-2013 15:34
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Interesting to see that IE is the slowest browser compared to Chrome and Firefox. Is IE10 still slower than the others?

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  Reply # 794114 5-Apr-2013 21:59
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So did you actually use RUM to make any changes? Most of the RUM reports I've seen the end result is "yup, this browser is slower, but not much I can do".



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  Reply # 794485 7-Apr-2013 08:37
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The reason I asked about IE10 performance is according to Microsoft, IE10 is at least 20% faster than IE9 when it comes to real-world performance. Internet Explorer 10 is 8% faster than Chrome 20.

Does your Geekzone RUM experience show the same result with improved performance when comparing Chrome with IE10 alone?

I am no great fan of IE but was curious about the comparative results.



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  Reply # 794486 7-Apr-2013 08:40
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Haven't seen enough numbers for IE10 yet, but Chrome is now on version 26... In those new versions they have improved speed even more, and I haven't seen Microsoft releasing any updates for Internet Explorer - remember their release cycle is quite long so we might see only fixes and no improvements on IE10 until the next big upgrade.




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