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BETA version -- 4.3.9.182
#81
(11-24-2020, 07:14 PM)jeffhere Wrote: hey all, just noticed on majorgeeks that Cent posted an upgraded to 4.3.9.210

can we get a "what's new"?
There may be still small upgrades.
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#82
Hello, I’m a little lost as when I check for update, the browser says there is no update available and, as @jeffhere wrote, download sites propose 4.3.9.210
Windows 10 64 bits
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#83
Centbrowser (4.3.9.210) still are slowest browser on my machine, no benefits from upstream, shame.
Speedometer 2.0 Run/Min: Centbrowser 72.7 | FF 75.55 | Chromium 91.3 (86.0.4240.198)
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#84
(11-27-2020, 01:06 PM)Lyrix Wrote: Centbrowser (4.3.9.210) still are slowest browser on my machine, no benefits from upstream, shame.
Speedometer 2.0 Run/Min: Centbrowser 72.7 | FF 75.55 | Chromium 91.3 (86.0.4240.198)
[Image: _f2f097fdd46e5fa398d1e9973c9ff089.jpeg]
are you running them all the same (features/set options)?

Cent has a lot more built in (opposed to ff/chromium) features. You know what I mean, I think...

I only assume the built in features add overhead...but i don't really know. Not sure if Cent safe mode pulls out any of that overhead...try that to see if a difference...
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#85
(11-28-2020, 12:36 AM)jeffhere Wrote: are you running them all the same (features/set options)?

Cent has a lot more built in (opposed to ff/chromium) features. You know what I mean, I think...

I only assume the built in features add overhead...but i don't really know. Not sure if Cent safe mode pulls out any of that overhead...try that to see if a difference...

I had tested it all with default settings (portable/fresh install).

In safe mode Chromium (include Cent Browser) runs in software mode with no hardware acceleration, it means that results will be much worse.

I'm not only one person who find that Cent are slower, if you want you can find same from other users in another threads on this forum. Others browsers like Brave, Vivaldi are little bit faster, i'd tested it too, but forgot to include Opera and Edge. :)

Cent Browser a good choose, it's run smooth and fast, but if you add any Adblock/uBlock it slowing down to much (like other browser).

PS: Tried to test Microsoft Edge (87.0.664.47), surprisingly it showed 85.3 Runs/Minute (at https://browserbench.org/Speedometer2.0/)
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#86
(11-27-2020, 01:06 PM)Lyrix Wrote: Centbrowser (4.3.9.210) still are slowest browser on my machine, no benefits from upstream, shame.
Speedometer 2.0 Run/Min: Centbrowser 72.7 | FF 75.55 | Chromium 91.3 (86.0.4240.198)
[Image: _f2f097fdd46e5fa398d1e9973c9ff089.jpeg]

I'm more interested in the incredible features not found anywhere else, than if a page renders .01 seconds different. You can always use those other browsers, I switch between multiple as I prefer. Cent is one of my top picks.

Thanks to the devs! Amazing work!
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#87
Cent for me is fastest!

   
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#88
(11-28-2020, 11:13 AM)Al Q Wrote: Cent for me is fastest!

Try this one https://github.com/Hibbiki/chromium-win64/releases just for curiosity

(11-28-2020, 04:34 AM)Gravimetrox7 Wrote: I'm more interested in the incredible features not found anywhere else, than if a page renders .01 seconds different. You can always use those other browsers, I switch between multiple as I prefer. Cent is one of my top picks.

In my case difference is 25%. But yes, usability of Cent Browser is beyond controversy.
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#89
on version 4.3.9.210, I just had 2 instant crashes of Cent...doing nothing in particular, just reading news. No indication, just reading and "poof, browser is gone". Ensured no Cent/chrome in processes and there were none after each crash.

Will be watching for this.
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