Is Firefox faster than Chrome? Study finds people will think it is if articles say so | #firefox | #chrome | #microsoftedge

I regularly use both Chrome and Firefox for my browsing needs, and on occasion, Edge as well. Without benchmarking the three, I’d be hard pressed to say which one is truly the fastest—it feels like page loads are about the same, for the most part. It may not matter, though. New research suggests people are prone to believe what they read about a browser’s performance, regardless of which one actually performs the best.

That’s not to say a person could be fooled into thinking a much slower browser is the fastest one. Instead, the authors of the research paper (via The Register) suggest that with “technical performance being similar” between today’s most popular browsers, “improving user perceived performance is integral to optimizing browser quality.”

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