This tests pits Opera Turbo (version 12.16) against Firefox Mozilla (version 20.0.1).There is a lot being said about Opera Turbo’s unique optimization for slow internet, so to find out if Opera Turbo does what it does, it had to be tested against the best web browser you can find on planet earth – and this is none other than Firefox Mozilla.
Time and again, Firefox proves to be the best browser for many purposes. It is developed and managed by passionate folks who are continuously updating and making significant improvements to the best browser in the world. Firefox Mozilla has not only taken a lead in innovative web browser development, but it has also gained the trust of millions of users around the world, being named the Most Trusted company when it comes to respecting user privacy. People trust Mozilla more than Facebook and yes the almighty Google.
Back to Firefox vs. Opera Turbo. Which one is faster on extremely slow internet? So as they say “The proof of the pudding is in the eating”. If Opera Turbo is really fast, then it should be tested.
After downloading and installing Opera Turbo [See this Post], there were high expectations for this for this web browser to perform, considering its most touted proxy server data compression technology. Impressive as the technology seems to be, it is only the user who can make the final verdict on performance. So here is how the test was done:
Starting with Opera Turbo, a Google search was done for the keyword “Google”. Among the results, we had to open a result from Wikipedia. Opera Turbo took forever to open the Wikipedia site. Even after an hour, the browser couldn’t open the Wikipedia site.
Immediately after opening Opera Turbo, a simultaneous test was done on Firefox Mozilla. Clicking the search result opened the Wikipedia site in less than 3 minutes.
Results: Hands down, Firefox was the winner!
|Less Than 3 Minutes To Load Wikipedia|
|It Takes Forever To Load Wikipedia|