Google Chrome has become the world’s fastest browser

In the “race for speed” among browsers, the undisputed leader was Google Chrome, which showed the highest score among competitors according to the results of the Speedometer 3.0 benchmark.

Speedometer 3.0 analyzes how effectively web browsers work with modern web applications by simulating real user actions. The effectiveness of Speedometer 3.0 is the result of a collaborative effort between IT giants Apple, Google, Microsoft and Mozilla.

Through tests, Google developers identified and optimized the features that required the most time to run. Among them are the SpaceSplitString function, string processing, stylesheet deduplication and others. The “garbage collection” was also improved, adding another 3% to Speedometer 3.0.

Google Chrome’s achievements make its Chromium-based competitors “move”. However, the leader’s advantage is so great that it is unlikely that anyone will be able to challenge its supremacy in the near future. Currently, Google Chrome accounts for more than 65% of the global browser market, its closest competitors Apple Safari and Edge look much more modest – 18.2% and 5.2% respectively.

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