• http://www.dirtyseagulls.com/ Dirty Seagull

    Its about the usability as well, not just the split second difference 

  • http://twitter.com/badams Barry Adams

    As someone who uses all three main browsers regularly for professional purposes, I can say that this data flies in the face of my personal experience. Not that that is any substantial proof, of course, but it does seem odd at the least. For me both IE and FF are slower – much slower – than Chrome in nearly all circumstances.

  • Anonymous

    Got my new Mac. Safari as a** slow so i install FF and it was slow as well. Chrome is lightening fast compared to the others.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Ankur-Sengupta/768566094 Ankur Sengupta

    I have been using FF for the past 6 years and till now I don’t find a reason to switch to chrome. With the huge number of addons that firefox offers, it’s the best browser for me.

  • Paul Comanici

    Are you joking? First I was unsure, then I’ve read the site name marketingland, then I realized that as usual this is crap for money.

  • Matt McGee

    Ummm, Paul, what does the name of our website have to do with the results of this study? 

  • http://twitter.com/Ken_Saunders Ken Saunders

    Do you know when this study took place? I’m curious as to why it’s Firefox 7 and not a newer version. There have been even more speed improvements over the past few releases.

  • Marvin D

    I think Chrome really is slightly slower, but the reason I use it is because I
    have many tabs open at once. FF is faster if you have like one tab open,
    then if you run multiple videos at once it usually crashes or slows
    down dramatically. Chrome doesn’t crash nearly as much with multiple videos open at once.