Performance of a site is determined by how it runs on various browsers, that’s why you need Comparium
Browsers are the gateway for us to enjoy everything the internet has to offer – which is no small feat. Due to the immeasurable popularity of the large network in our lives, these browsers have gained great importance for any user. Each “navigator” has unique tastes and needs. That’s why choosing a browser that fulfills these needs can make your Internet experience richer and more efficient.
Mozilla Firefox, Microsoft Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Opera and Safari, all in their latest stable or Beta versions available. Our analysis starts even before the browsers are installed. To begin with, what operating systems are supported by each browser?
Opera proved to be widely compatible and can be used on Windows 98, 2000, XP and Vista. Internet Explorer also showed a high level of compatibility and can be used with Windows XP, 2003 and Vista. However, for the latter system, the installation file is different. Mozilla Firefox is not far behind in terms of compatibility. It can be installed on Windows 2000, XP and Vista. Safari and Google Chrome are compatible with Windows XP and Vista.
Interface – initial appearance
We can divide browsers into two groups: on the one hand, Chrome and Safari; on the other, Firefox, Internet Explorer and Opera. The first two browsers have a slightly similar interface. The Chrome interface gives the clearest idea of simplicity. It is noticed that there is only one bar, and not two as is already very common. This means that the same bar makes it possible to type text or a search term. On the sides of this bar, there are five buttons. They are: update, bookmarks, go, control current page and settings. The problem is that there is no indication. The first buttons are easy to deduce what they are for, but the last two can raise doubts in many users. Chrome displays most visited sites and recent favorites on the homepage. However, as this is the first browser run, there is still no content to display.
The performance of a site is also determined by where it is accessed. Not all browsers (and also operating systems) give the same results. Therefore, the performance of a site can be determined from the comfort felt (by the user) when it is run in a browser. Since not all browsers provide the same “comfort”, achieving performance stability is quite difficult. Using a special tester is recommended and in this case, a cross-browser tester is needed. There are many cross-browser testers available but only a handful are truly reliable. One of them is Comparium.
Comparium is a reliable cross-browser website checker. This tool is able to test the performance of a site in various browsers simultaneously. Manually testing is your past. You also don’t need to wait in front of your computer screen until the testing process is complete. Once you press “test” you can leave it offline and let Comparium do the rest. This tool will send screenshots of test results via email. Comparium supports a variety of the latest browsers and operating systems so you don’t need to worry.