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Mozilla Unleashes the Kraken

MrChris2 Re:err... (363 comments)

No, I wasn't seriously trying to compare the timings as denoted by the prefix; 'I can't compare machines etc'.

It was simply an observation that there has been work on the Opera engine subsequent to 10.60, and that your prior statement regarding performance improvements might have been erroneous.

more than 3 years ago
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Mozilla Unleashes the Kraken

MrChris2 Re:err... (363 comments)

Um.. not true:
http://my.opera.com/desktopteam/blog/2010/09/13/new-presto-update-and-good-news-from-the-desktop-team
They've updated the engine in the latest release.
I can't compare machines etc, but at least on my copy of Opera 10.70 the execution time is: 15145.0ms
A touch faster than Firefox Nightly no?

But I agree with the other comments, this is just a JS benchmark, I'd rather get a feel for memory consumption and page render times these days.

more than 3 years ago
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Opera's CEO to Swim From Norway to the USA

MrChris2 Re:Finally! (563 comments)

Case in point the slash banner at the top of the comments pages is more annoying than the Opera banners that dont flash (as I said, text ads are great)

about 9 years ago

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