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Google Chrome 10 beta promises another big boost in JS performance

Posted on Sunday, February 20 2011 @ 19:47:08 CET by

Google has made Chrome 10 beta public, you can grab it over here. This new release promises a 66 percent enhancement in JavaScript performance and offers GPU-accelerated video support, which should decrease CPU usage by up to 80 percent. Other new features include password synchronization and two new settings features that make it easier to customize Chrome to your liking.
In our new beta release, JavaScript is as quick as a bunny. With a new speed boost that we previewed in December, Chrome’s JavaScript engine V8 runs compute-intensive JavaScript applications even more quickly than before. In fact, this beta release sports a whopping 66% improvement on the V8 benchmark suite over our current stable release.


This release also includes a preliminary implementation of GPU-accelerated video. Users with capable graphics hardware should see a significant decrease in CPU usage. In full screen mode, CPU usage may decrease by as much as 80%! This means better battery life so you can keep going and going like that pink bunny in the commercials.



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