Accompanying every new browser version release is a flood of claims that it's faster than anything else on the internet.
In a cramped market where name value matters and personal preferences reign, anything that can shift attention for a few minutes is welcome. With the latest release of Firefox Quantum, Mozilla insists that it makes the process of loading pages twice as fast as it is on Google's flagship browser.
To slash through all the bragging and unearth some facts, Laptop Magazine fired up a series of benchmark tests and did some real-world investigation to get a better idea of performance for both browsers and typical usage.
Does Firefox Quantum perform better than Chrome? Let's see.
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