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Firefox's New "JaegerMonkey" JavaScript Engine is Revving Up, About 20% Faster

Aug 31, 2010, 23:02 (0 Talkback[s])

[ Thanks to kiterunner for this link. ]

"Firefox 4.0 is probably going to be one among the most important release Mozilla team has ever made. Competition is breathing down its neck like never before. Even IE, in its latest avatar(read IE9) is fast becoming a better piece of software. Mozilla's answer to all this lies in upcoming Firefox 4.0. Already a lot of improvements have been made. But the biggest change is going to be the the new JavaScript engine called "JaegerMonkey".

"Firefox 4 is Really Important from Mozilla's Perspective

"Firefox used to be my favorite browser for years. But when the release of Google Chrome and its unbranded sibling Chromium happened[Learn more on the difference between the two], I was awed by the amount of improvements I saw with these new bunch of browsers. It was exactly like switching from IE to Firefox back in those days. And I never looked back since."

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