We all know Internet Explorer sucks. We always recommend our readers to use alternatives, e.g., Firefox, Chrome, Opera, SeaMonkey. Even the old Netscape or Mozilla is far better than the IE.
Today, I read a report claiming Internet Explorer provides the best browser battery life (i.e., drain your battery at a slower pace). It sounds like an April 1 joke.
Usually, I did not pay much attention to such benchmarks: I rely on my own “experience”. That’s the major reason I switched from Firefox (which is far better than Internet Explorer) to Chrome (which is currently my favourite browser). User experience is the key factor to decide which browser is better for you.
Actually, based on the same test, Google Chrome is the fastest since September 19, 2011. This is consistent with my experience. The battery test results probably indicate that the Internet Explorer draws less juice because it … Read the rest