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just a word to say to you guys to ignore their last browser test:http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/chrome-17-firefox-10-ubuntu,3129.html
java wasnt tested accelerated(running window in classic view)and some test are running vertical sync enabled(flash among other)so you cant get more then 60 fps in ie9 not sure about other browser!it is sad to see this.chrome has a setting to disable vertical sync not sure how other browser are tho!just wanted you guys to know .i dont mind a browser war but i like to compare on equal footing not biased and at non max like this !as for peacemaker they use there some stuff that isnt officially released yet (like html5 for one,or other software)ms asnt changed they will only support stuff that is officially released!
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interesting article.
    
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