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Browser Power Consumption Compared

March 29th, 2011 03:03 admin Leave a comment Go to comments


theweatherelectric writes “Over on the IE Blog they’ve posted a power consumption comparison of the five major browsers. They write: ‘Power consumption is an important consideration in building a modern browser and one objective of Internet Explorer 9 is to responsibly lead the industry in power requirements. The more efficiently a browser uses power the longer the battery will last in a mobile device, the lower the electricity costs, and the smaller the environment impact. While power might seem like a minor concern, with nearly two billion people now using the Internet the worldwide implications of browser power consumption are significant.’”

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