Firefox takes second, 2,856.9 ms and Opera comes in third, 2942.6 ms. Octane 2.0: Google's contribution to Java Script testing, also includes scenario testing for today's highly interactive web applications. For example, it tests how fast Microsoft's Type Script compiles itself.In this benchmark, the higher the score, the better.And, IE 11 on Windows 7 just doesn't cut the mustard.
Firefox finished with a respectful third-place score of 11,793. Robo Hornet: This benchmark doesn't just focus on Java Script.From kids to families, tourists to locals, bikers to non-bikers or even aspiring bikers, Bike Fest has it all!!Coupled with the opportunity to ride the twisting tracks around the mountains, high above the lakes and running alongside the sea, on world-famous routes such as the Ring of Kerry and the Wild Atlantic Way it’s a weekend away like no other.You can do that in two ways: Download the installer from Microsoft--be wary of getting it from third-party websites---and simply install it. Either way works perfectly well whether you're moving from IE 8, 9 or 10 to 11. I put my PC on the test bench, ran the following benchmarks, and this is what I found.Jetsteam 1.1: This Java Script benchmark builds on the foundation of the no longer supported Sun Spider, It combines several Java Script benchmarks to report a single score that balances them using geometric mean.