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Originally Posted by fullmoon View Post

On my notebook, WF is faster than CF.
Peacekepper with empty profil:
WF: 967
CF: 907
Please check your PC, use empty profil and retry test.
And I have not crashing of WF since 18.

Pentium M 1.7Ghz
3Go RAM(2700Mo/s Memory band).

lol I don't know how many times I have to say this but there is nothing I need to change or edit we are talking the same results across 4 machines, I develop apps and program for a living. I am not a noob when it comes to this or how to test applications.
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Originally Posted by ThunderStruck-1 View Post

we are talking the same results across 4 machines

For what it's worth, here are some quick Peacekeeper benchmarks from my laptop, Like with Spidermonkey Waterfox and Cyberfox are nearly equal (given some confidence interval) while in Peacekeeper the newest Nightly is indeed fastest. But generally I'd trust ThunderStruck's results more since he didn't run a laptop with dynamic powersaving but a couple of desktops.

Cyberfox 18: 1250 (100%)
Waterfox 18: 1279 (2% faster ~100%)
Nightly 21: 1338 (7% faster)
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Originally Posted by Marsu24 View Post

For what it's worth, here are some quick Peacekeeper benchmarks from my laptop, Like with Spidermonkey Waterfox and Cyberfox are nearly equal (given some confidence interval) while in Peacekeeper the newest Nightly is indeed fastest. But generally I'd trust ThunderStruck's results more since he didn't run a laptop with dynamic powersaving but a couple of desktops.

Cyberfox 18: 1250 (100%)
Waterfox 18: 1279 (2% faster ~100%)
Nightly 21: 1338 (7% faster)

Hi marsu24 yes maybe that is something I should mention these are all desktop pc's, I do have 2 laptops as well but would not use those for benchmarking I go with the more powerful computers so I can get similar results that can be comparable to each other.

As always with the benchmarking hardware does come into play with results my main 2 computers one intel and one amd and pretty well identical if rating the 2 side by side so I can get comparable results. Same goes for my 2 backups or tester machines they are very comparable side by side getting as close as you can with amd and intel for how they would rate on the open market.
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You know I used to come here to read about waterfox. But lately this has been nothing but a troolfest for other browsers......................Who cares. This is about Mr.Alex waterfox program. I would like to know about if there are issues or post about issues. This trolling of who is better is not for here. You want to do that make another thread for it. Like benchmarking browser epeens. Or my browser is better then yours! na na nana!

But please no more of that here.
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Competition is good! It makes us better. I take this comments as a way to improve WF and the other browsers. We are all here because we want the fastest/more stable x64 FF browser. As long as there are no trolls or fanboys that dont tolerate others it can only be good for everyone.

WF was my main browser until, like I mentioned before, it started ruining my Tab Groups when I installed WF18, now I am using CF 18. Will give WF a try when this is addressed or WF19. I am not demanding this be fixed as I havent seen anyone else talk about this problem. I explain the bug and hope for it to be fixed. I dont pay Mr Alex so I cant demand anything. Just glad there is competition and another option for me, worst case scenario would go back to FF.
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What is the disadvantage of just going with the nightly FF x64 builds? Because they are just in beta?
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What is the disadvantage of just going with the nightly FF x64 builds? Because they are just in beta?

They are not only BETA but 3+ versions ahead. Mozilla also doesn't currently support 64-bit versions so problems can occur often and no support is offered.

Addons may or may not work either.

They don't even list Windows x64 on the official page. You have to go to the FTP Trunk site to get it.

I'm also not sure, but they are not likely to have the optimization that is compiled with Waterfox.
Edited by kennyparker1337 - 1/22/13 at 7:26pm
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Nightly builds are exactly that; nightly alpha builds. You know, the bleeding edge?
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They are not only BETA but 3+ versions ahead. Mozilla also doesn't currently support 64-bit versions so problems can occur often and no support is offered.

Addons may or may not work either.

They don't even list Windows x64 on the official page. You have to go to the FTP Trunk site to get it.

I'm also not sure, but they are not likely to have the optimization that is compiled with Waterfox.

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Nightly builds are exactly that; nightly alpha builds. You know, the bleeding edge?

Thanks for the explanation!
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You know I used to come here to read about waterfox. But lately this has been nothing but a troolfest for other browsers......................Who cares.

A lot of people will care because they want the fastest, most stable 64bit browser, and bug/regression reports will probably help improve the next Waterfox version. You are welcome not to read benchmarks just like I don't read about flash problems because flash on my Waterfox runs just fine and rock solid - or should I ask people not to write about flash problems because Flash runs stable on official Firefox and that's trolling? I doubt you know what the term "troll" means - it's about posting just for getting angry reactions, and imho that's clearly not what's happening here.

EDIT: Cyberfox has seperate discussion & bug report threads, that seems to be an adequate solution for people who only want good news.
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Originally Posted by kevindd992002 View Post

What is the disadvantage of just going with the nightly FF x64 builds? Because they are just in beta?

I've been running Nightly for years, they are very seldom not working, the main problem is that addons sometimes aren't compatible with the latest trunk code and need some time to be adapted, esp. less prominent addons other than Adblock/NoScript/... and so on. So running a stable version like Waterfox is less hassle.
Edited by Marsu24 - 1/23/13 at 12:00am
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