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New Statistics Prove Google’s Chrome Web Browser Works Faster On Macs

If you happen to be a part of the bunch that claims their Google Chrome web browser tends to function at a higher speed on Apple’s Mac computer, then you’re definitely not mistaken.

Recently, we saw search engine giant Google shed light on some pretty interesting findings of its own browsers.

The company says its Chrome browser is more likely to work 20% faster across various Macs. And these findings have been verified through trials performed via a Speedometer benchmark.

Google delineated some interesting specifics such as how Chrome browsers that worked on the Mac were able to cross the 360 mark on the Speedometer during the trial phase.

The news comes just 180 days after the search engine was labeled as the world’s highest-scoring browser of all time after it reached 300 with a bang.

To be more specific, the Mac M1 Macbook Pro was used for tests and it’s safe to say that it did much better than predicted. Google also provided graphical representations of the score charts and it was evident how much higher the scores for Mac were when compared to others.

The tech giant also revealed how it tends to go that extra mile by allocating its own benchmarks and infrastructure to make the results as accurate as possible.

But if you actually look at it, that’s not necessary because the Speedometer 2.0 that’s used is deemed to be a global fan favorite as the best representative when assessing browsing in today’s real world.

We’ve seen it run numerous cycles of tests along with different applications like seeing the effect produced by adding tasks like ‘to do’.

The test makes sure these results are as correct as possible in terms of their timings and user-based interactions. It is used to run across a number of browser frameworks that can be seen across different websites around the globe.

And as Google continues to mention, this Speedometer is one of the most reliable forms of assessment for measuring browser performance in regard to JavaScript.

Now, in case you’re still wondering how Google managed to get a score like that, well, it has to do with a number of small alterations that arise beneath Chrome. With the great advancements seen in the browser, the tech giant says its investments have been proven to be worthwhile.

And the biggest proof is a score that shows an 83% significant improvement. Therefore, it makes sense as to why the company has made head waves with this milestone of an achievement.


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