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Browser Comparison 2

This test was to determine many of the basic parameters of browsers display, and security vulnerabilities. The above image shows a test by NSS labs and shows the malware blocked by the most common browsers. The above images do not show the vulnerabilities of the browsers.

Internet Explorer Version 10.0.9200.16599

HTML 5 Test: 320
Acid 3 Test: pass
CSS 3 Test: 54%
Speed Test: 30 ms
Security Test: 14/17
Ram Usage: 49 Mb
File Size:

Google Chrome Version 28.0.1500.71 

HTML 5 Test: 463
Acid 3 Test: pass
CSS 3 Test: 65%
Speed Test: 30ms

Security Test: 16/17
Ram Usage: 45.7
File Size: 364.26 Mb

Firefox Version 22

HTML 5 Test: 410
Acid 3 Test: pass
CSS 3 Test: 63%
Speed Test: 31
Security Test: 13/17
Ram Usage: 83.2 Mb
File Size: 46.39 Mb

Chrome Canary Version 30.0.1557.0 canary

HTML 5 Test: 463
Acid 3 Test: pass
CSS 3 Test: 66
Speed Test: 30
Security Test: 16/17
Ram Usage: 65 Mb
File Size: 375.99 Mb

Opera Version 15.0.1147.130

HTML 5 Test: 423
Acid 3 Test: pass
CSS 3 Test: 65%
Speed Test: 30
Security Test: 15/17
Ram Usage: 70 Mb
File Size: 93 Mb

Maxthon Cloud Version 4.0.6.2000

HTML 5 Test: 476 ??
Acid 3 Test: fail
CSS 3 Test: 62%
Speed Test: 31ms
Security Test: 14/17
Ram Usage: 51 Mb
File Size: 87.73

Safari 5.1.7
HTML 5: 278
Acid 3: Test fail
CSS 3: 51%
Speed Test: 41ms
Security Test: 14/17

The question marks next to the Maxthon browsers html test question the companies past history of bribing the test givers. Maxthon has been known to bribe their testers to give them a higher score which is why they get a lower score.

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Scott Hartley is the developer and owner of The Daily Exposition who is also a tech enthusiast and writes the majority of content found on the website. When he isn’t keeping up to date with the latest and breaking technology news, he is working on his own WordPress plugins, themes, or out exploring the world.

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