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San Francisco, U.S.A. – Maxthon, a global software company that develops state-of-the-art web browsers, have announced the beta release of its latest Windows PC web browser, with superior speed input that renders web pages and manages downloads faster than any other browser in the world.
Maxthon’s updated browser uses a branched version of the Blink rendering engine coupled with Maxthon’s own speed and performance enhancements, resulting in an improvement on the world’s fastest browser that is 10% faster than Chrome 30.
“Our challenge to our team was to build a browser that is faster and lighter than Chrome,” said Jeff Chen, CEO and founder of Maxthon. “I’m pleased to say that our team rose to the challenge and exceeded expectations.
The new architecture nets 40% faster start times than previous iterations and test results comparing the new Maxthon 220.127.116.110 against Chrome 30 show that Maxthon is 10% faster. Plus, our proprietary approach to 3rd party cookie handling is a boon for anyone who wants the personalization benefit of the cookie without allowing ad networks to track their usage.”
In addition to improved speed for both page loads and downloads, the latest version also offers:
“We re-architected our approach to downloading files to make it even faster,” says Karl Mattson, VP of Maxthon’s International Division. “Combined with our C4 Cloud engine, users get seamless web browsing from device to device with the fastest upload and download speeds out there.
Maxthon is an innovative software company that develops superior web browsers that continue to set new standards for speed, security, simplicity and cloud features.
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