Browser speed test
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A browser speed test is a computer benchmark that scores the performance of a web browser, by measuring the browser's efficiency in completing a predefined list of tasks. In general the testing software is available online, located on a website, where different algorithms are loaded and performed in the browser client. Typical test tasks are rendering and animation, DOM transformations, string operations, mathematical calculations, sorting algorithms, graphic performance tests and memory instructions. Browser speed tests have been used during browser wars to prove superiority of specific web browsers. The popular Acid3 test is no particular speed test but checks browser conformity to web standards (though it checks whether a general performance goal is met).
Peacekeeper is a platform-independent benchmark by Futuremark that tests rendering, mathematical and memory operations. It takes approx. 5 minutes for execution and tells the results of other browsers with different CPUs. Since July 2015, it is no longer maintained.
Basemark Web 3.0
Online speed test by Basemark Basemark® Web 3.0 is a comprehensive web browser performance benchmark that tests how well your mobile or desktop system can use modern web-based applications. This benchmark includes various system and graphic tests that use the newest web standards and features. After running the benchmark you will see how your system performed compared to other systems and browsers in Basemark Power Board. Basemark Web 3.0 is a hardware- and platform-independent, supporting virtually all modern browsers, operating systems, and mobile or desktop systems.
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Mozilla test suite based on SunSpider tests. Takes several minutes for execution and displays very detailed information about every single test task.
ECMAScript Test 262
Tests vector, bitmap, and text rendering for both Adobe Flash and HTML5.
As on April 12 2017, Google no longer maintained Octane.
Version 0.9.1 was released in April 2010.
Version 1.0 was released in April 2013.
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- Speed-Battle (note: loads test automatically, takes approx. 1 second)
- Microsoft Testdrive speed tests
- Basemark Web 3.0
- Wirple BMark