This browser PK battle contains data from nine benchmarking tools for a more comprehensive comparison. The computer used for the test isSurfaceNotebook (Intel i5-7200U, 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD), separate a new 100GB partition for installationWindows10 Pro (64 bit) system and updated to the latest patch. The browsers participating in PK are: Chrome 67, Firefox 61, and Edge 42.
The results are as follows:
1, SunSpider - Edge wins
2, Octane - Chrome wins
Octane is a benchmark for Google V8 and has been retired in 2017. For this benchmark, the value is better. This time I used the 2.0 version.
3, Kraken - Firefox wins
4, JetStream - Edge wins
5, MotionMark - Edge wins
MotionMark is a graphical benchmark developed by the WebKit team. The higher the value, the better. This time I used version 1.0.
6, Speedometer - Chrome wins
Speedometer is a performance benchmark that uses the DOM API to repeat the same operation. The higher the value, the better. This time I used the 1.1 version.
7, BaseMark - Chrome wins
Basemark includes a variety of tests that use the latest web standards and features, the higher the number, the better. This time I used version 3.0.
8, WebXPRT - Firefox wins
9, HTML5Test - Chrome wins
HTML5Test As its name suggests, the higher the value, the better, with a perfect score of 555.
From the ground up test results, Chrome is the most successful browser, followed by Edge and Firefox.
With the maturity of the technology, the browsers on the market are basically not too bad, and each has its own advantages and disadvantages. As browser standards continue to change, it is expected that they will deliver even greater performance.