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Internet Explorer 9, the fastest way to browse the web on Windows according to new data from New Relic

Today we heard about a recent study completed by web performance management firm New Relic. The study confirmed that when it comes to real world page load times - Internet Explorer 9 is fastest on Windows. The study can be found here: http://blog.newrelic.com/2012/04/05/fastest-browsers/ New Relic found that IE9 loaded pages, on average, half a second faster than both Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox.
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