Pale Moon 28 vs Firefox 63. Performance.

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Pale Moon 28 vs Firefox 63. Performance.

Unread postby RMK99 » Wed, 27 Jun 2018, 20:48

Hello.

Why Pale Moon 28 x64 has better performance on benchmarks that Firefox 63 x64 ? Mozilla is sleeping or what ?

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Re: Pale Moon 28 vs Firefox 63. Performance.

Unread postby therube » Wed, 27 Jun 2018, 23:51

Just what "benchmarks" are these?
(And then like, why does it matter?)

And that said, PM 28 does have better performance then PM 27 - in real life.

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Re: Pale Moon 28 vs Firefox 63. Performance.

Unread postby Nigaikaze » Thu, 28 Jun 2018, 00:06

Also, regarding benchmarks:

viewtopic.php?f=24&t=650

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Re: Pale Moon 28 vs Firefox 63. Performance.

Unread postby Moonraker » Thu, 28 Jun 2018, 12:16

The only benchmark which i take into consideration is what i can see and do on my personal computer.split second differences are not noticed by a user so one browser is a nano-second quicker than another...so what.?

We live in a mathematical society and people love figures and comparisons,however these facts and figures are non-conclusive in regard to the choice of a browser.
Those browsers were not tested on my computer so why should people give creedence to figures which were attained by tests on another machine?
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Re: Pale Moon 28 vs Firefox 63. Performance.

Unread postby RMK99 » Thu, 28 Jun 2018, 19:12

therube wrote:Just what "benchmarks" are these?
(And then like, why does it matter?)

And that said, PM 28 does have better performance then PM 27 - in real life.


Exampel Base Mark:

Firefox 61 x64: 260 point + a lot lags
Firefox 63 x64: 300points + a lot lags
Pale Moon 27 x64: 470points + fast and no lags
Pale Moon 28 x64: 690ppints + fast and no lags
Chrome 69 x64: 1010points + very fast and no lags.

And some site does not work correct in Firefox and Pale Moon 27.
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Re: Pale Moon 28 vs Firefox 63. Performance.

Unread postby therube » Thu, 28 Jun 2018, 20:21

What are "points" & "lags"?

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Re: Pale Moon 28 vs Firefox 63. Performance.

Unread postby oTPS0 » Sat, 30 Jun 2018, 16:19

RMK99 wrote:
therube wrote:Just what "benchmarks" are these?
(And then like, why does it matter?)

And that said, PM 28 does have better performance then PM 27 - in real life.


Exampel Base Mark:


Again, what benchmark(Is it https://web.basemark.com/)& why does it matter⁉️
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