In October 2016, the AeroBrowse 2.0 (GFU1) update began rolling out to over 100 thousand Windows 10 devices. With this release, Pudince is proud to introduce AeroHTML 16, our best update to the AeroHTML engine yet.
AeroHTML 16 raises the bar for the AeroHTML rendering engine. It’s the second significant update we’ve pushed out this year, and by far the best. It delivers experiences that version 15 lacked – experiences that our feedback users have been telling us about since the launch of AeroHTML 15 with AeroBrowse (Beta) Preview for Windows 10.
From speed improvements and compatibility improvements to third party support, it’s never been more exciting to develop for AeroBrowse.
Amount of seconds to complete loading websites (on average).
Lower on the graph represents a faster loading time and is overall a more encouraging result.
See how AeroBrowse for the Universal Windows Platform competes against traditional browsers such as Google’s Chrome, Mozilla’s Firefox and Microsoft Edge.
On the same internet connection, we had 4 identical devices load the same websites in all 4 respective browsers. We took the total time to load all 15 sites and obtained an average in seconds.
We are proud to see that AeroBrowse was able to edge out all of the competing browsers, including Microsoft Edge which took marginally longer to load websites.
AeroBrowse: Average 5.8 seconds – Fastest 3.2 / Slowest 10.1
Microsoft Edge: Average 9.2 seconds – Fastest 3.8 / Slowest 14.5
Google Chrome: Average 10.3 seconds – Fastest 3.5 / Slowest 23.4
Mozilla Firefox: Average 28.9 seconds – Fastest 4.1 / Slowest 42.4