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Does Chrome Burn Through More Power Than Firefox? - Does Chrome Burn Through More Power Than Firefox?
Mon, Jul 11 2011 | 2:04AM | Filed under: Audio / Sound| PermaLink Posted by: STAFF

"With my recent work in tracking down Linux power regressions and looking at other areas of Linux power consumption, there`s been a number of emails sent in by Phoronix readers concerning the power consumption of web-browsers. In particular, some users seem to think that Google`s Chrome/Chromium web-browser causes the system to go through noticeably more power than Mozilla Firefox and other web-browsers. But how much is this really the case? Here`s some benchmarks.""

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