Tuesday, December 8, 2009

combat speed browser app

Despite what the browser application you are using now, and you are then free to say: My reply using a browser that is the best, but wait a minute here we try to describe scema from our test results,

Browsers are powered by engines which transform a raw mess of HTML, CSS, and JavaScript into a more or less tidy website. Mac browsers typically use the Mozilla Gecko or Webkit engines. Opera uses its own proprietary engine, Presto.

Current releases of Mozilla Gecko-based browsers for the Mac include:

Firefox 3.5.1: Once the geeky alternative, now almost mainstream, known for its customizability
Flock 2.5: A browser for the socially-minded Mac user
Camino 1.6.8: Firefox, basically, but tweaked for Macs

Current Webkit-based browsers include:

Safari 4.0.2: Apple’s very own browser.
Stainless 0.6.5: Cool features for the technically inclined (under development).
Cruz 0.2: For the social networker who likes to multi-task (under development).

Testing MethodologyTo gauge basic performance levels we used Mozilla's Dromaeo JavaScript testing suite which aggregates a number of tools including Dromaeo, Apple's SunSpider suite and Google's V8. We measured CPU/Memory usage with iStat pro. Streaming video playback was determined by comparing how smoothly the same set of three YouTube videos played in each browser.

Bottom line: Benchmarks are not the Voice of God. There are too many variables that come into play, such as network latency when testing browsers. And while a sluggish but feature-rich application is not a good application, features and functionality matter far more to most of us than whether a browser can load 15 tabs a few fractions of a second faster than another browser.

Test results

General Performance:

Overall, Safari was the fastest of all the browsers we tested, with Camino a hair behind Safari.
Firefox exhibited the slowest startup times of any tested browser, but beats Safari by an average of two seconds in speedy page rendering, primarily due to its new TraceMonkey JavaScript engine.

Opera was a bit faster than Firefox on start-up times but really shone in the tab-tests -- opening up eight, and then 15 tabs faster (but we’re talking percents of seconds here) than the other browsers. Safari was the next fastest on the tab test, with Firefox and Camino neck in neck near the back of the pack.

Flock didn’t score well at all, coming in dead last in all tests but its capabilities not its performance are what makes this browser attractive to some.

Resource Usage
We tested each browser by opening 15 tabs -- nine of them flash-heavy -- and checked CPU and memory usage in iStat pro after 10, 20, and 30 minutes.

Firefox, Safari and Opera did the best on this test; Firefox showed 9% CPU utilization at 30 minutes, Safari and Opera had consumed 11%. Camino was in second-to-last place, with a 13% CPU utilization score. Flock ate up the most resources, spiking to 15% on occasion.

yes with the results of this test does not mean we are heavily one-sided, but we appreciate the differences of opinion By tiyo-hatisuci



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Wednesday, November 25, 2009

Google-twitter VS yahoo-oneRiot

Spectacular battles between enggine Search Google and Yahoo, which Yahoo felt more challenged after Google announced a long term cooperation with Twitter to provide a search system that is more real-time. Therefore, Yahoo was looking for a partner that can accommodate real-time search


one of the companies that Yahoo is OneRiot ogled. The company is located in Boulder, Colorado. Reportedly, OneRiot able to gather information from various sources online, including Twitter, Digg and of its own network. Currently One Riot itself already has 3 million users.

Searching the Internet in real-time itself is a popular way of combining a variety of sources to obtain information on the Internet. Previously, Yahoo also has been working with Microsoft to put Bing in the search results. This cooperation will last for 10 years.

But Yahoo is considered Bing and less to the search results real-time. Yahoo therefore feel you need the same resources with Twitter to produce more significant results.

good job, is competing enggine Search for the progress and quality techno you Produck

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Wednesday, November 4, 2009

Zencafe 2.0 best for Internet cafes

Zencafe GNU / Linux, or simply Zencafe is one of the distros family Zenwalk (formerly MiniSlack). Zencafe developed in Indonesia is the embodiment of the kernel distributions LiGOS developed volunteer programmers from around the world under the coordination of Linus Torvalds. Although the kernel is the heart of an operating system, he can not function separately. Donations basic applications, including packages of GNU Projects, enabling formed an operating system with full feature and given the name GNU / Linux. ", Linux is a kernel developed by volunteer programmers from around the world under the coordination of Linus Torvalds. Although the kernel is the heart of an operating system, he can not function separately. Donations basic applications, including packages of GNU Projects, enabling formed an operating system with full feature and given the name GNU / Linux. ',

Zencafe 2.0 is made by Anjar Hardiena brings a familiar look to the needs of the Internet in its public Internet caf├ęs

Software Included:
GNU / Linux Operating System, kernel 2.6.28.7
OpenOffice.org 3 (Office applications)
Firefox (Internet Browser)
Pidgin and GyachI (Instant Messenger)
Cafe Con Leche (Billing)
Autorecovery (Software as deepfreeze)

The minimum hardware:
Pentium III class processor
128 Mb RAM
3 Gb Harddisk

ISO Zencafe 2.0 can be downloaded at ftp://dl2.foss-id.web.id/iso/zencafe/2.0/



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