Palemoon is faster than expected!

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Palemoon is faster than expected!

Post by rtx80 » 2021-01-13, 19:23

I use many different browser and honestly wasnt expecting much out of Palemoon. If anything, I was expecting it to not work very well. Only because Ive tested several other "non-mainstream" browsers recently and right away saw (1) slow performance (2) obvious bugs in UI.

But I must say Palemoon feels very snappy and fast vs Chrome, Chromium and Firefox. Very impressive.

Yall are doing excellent work in my view.

The last browser I tested has a MUCH bigger team than yall and right after install had several obvious (and disappointing) UI bugs.

These other browsers I tested I really wanted to like them, and really wanted to use them. But at the end of the day their issues were deal breaks because they were simply too inconvenient.

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Re: Palemoon is faster than expected!

Post by New Tobin Paradigm » 2021-01-13, 20:16

Good news is for you it will get faster next release. We had an issue that required us to disable a specific point in JS optimization to prevent crashes and that has now been fixed thanks to true community contributing development.

So for you it will get faster and for everyone else we will regain some lost speed!
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