Internet Explorer and Maxthon promise greater performance thanks to GPU acceleration
Firefox was one of the first browsers to introduce gpu acceleration to improve performance and fluidity of the graphical representation of Web content, improving user experience, a feature that has been gradually being adopted by other web browsers industry.
Microsoft says its latest Internet Explorer 11 makes greater use of the GPU for both renderear WebGL/HTML5 content as JPEG images and text, yielding 30% higher than its competitors. Besides offering features like pre-render, navigation and adaptive instant streaming back those that improve the user experience, reducing waiting times and improving the fluidity in video playback.
maxthon announced their association with AMD, to make use of OpenCL API in your browser Maxthon, thanks to which offer superior performance HTML5 videos and content, as well as offering lower consumption and the use of technologies supporting open industry standards.
– Internet Explorer 11 Will Use Your GPU to Make Everything Fast (Tom’s Hardware)
– Maxthon Partners with AMD to Offer Web Browser Optimized for Next Generation APU Chips (Planet 3DNow!)
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