Only by about 20% faster, or around 200 ms, I believe. Still feels slower than Chromium, in my opinion.cebalrai wrote:Early reviews are saying that Firefox 3.6 much faster than 3.5vincent wrote:My advice for you is to try out Firefox for a few weeks, try out Opera for a few weeks, then make your own judgment. The browser wars will never end and there will never be a clear consensus on which browser is the most stable/fast/featureful/compatible/cool/whatever. If you're really inclined, you could just do a Google search on something like "firefox vs opera on linux", but the fact is that you'll hardly be able to find any non-biased answers. Remember, one of the great things about Linux is freedom of choice. Only you can determine whether it was worthwhile to have checked something out, but I encourage you to do so because it's what makes computing fun.
Also, craig10x, Opera has yet to release Opera 10.50 for Linux. Since it's proprietary software, you have to wait for the original vendors to release a Linux version. -_-