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Why does Firfox speed test show about half the speed of Brave on DSLReports Speed Test?

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This is just a question. I have disabled the extension on Firefox, got the latest version. I have heard it's the fastest browser. I don't really care about speed, except to detect network problems on my fiber connection. I have been showing 930Mb/sec speeds for years. When I tried Firefox by curiosity, it shows 480. I am curious why that might be?

This is just a question. I have disabled the extension on Firefox, got the latest version. I have heard it's the fastest browser. I don't really care about speed, except to detect network problems on my fiber connection. I have been showing 930Mb/sec speeds for years. When I tried Firefox by curiosity, it shows 480. I am curious why that might be?

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No argument. Good question. You should be getting close to the same results.

I noticed in Brave that it uses System Proxy settings only. Are Firefox Network Settings set up the same?

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Hi paris_slim, I just installed Brave to try to duplicate the difference that you see.

Of course, I didn't install any add-ons in Brave, so, I compared a speed test at DSLReports with Firefox in it's Safe Mode.

The results are almost identical on my connection.

You can try the same:

Troubleshoot Firefox issues using Safe Mode https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/troubleshoot-firefox-issues-using-safe-mode#firefox:mac:fx69

Hi paris_slim, I just installed Brave to try to duplicate the difference that you see. Of course, I didn't install any add-ons in Brave, so, I compared a speed test at DSLReports with Firefox in it's Safe Mode. The results are almost identical on my connection. You can try the same: Troubleshoot Firefox issues using Safe Mode https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/troubleshoot-firefox-issues-using-safe-mode#firefox:mac:fx69
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Again, this is not meant to be a contentious post, it is only a question. Attached are the two tests less than a minute apart.

I ran Firefox in safe mode on a Mac. Oddly, there was a message about "this device possibly not being fast enough".

OS X 10.13.6 High Sierra SSD.

Identical router, wired connection.

Again, this is not meant to be a contentious post, it is only a question. Attached are the two tests less than a minute apart. I ran Firefox in safe mode on a Mac. Oddly, there was a message about "this device possibly not being fast enough". OS X 10.13.6 High Sierra SSD. Identical router, wired connection.
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No argument. Good question. You should be getting close to the same results.

I noticed in Brave that it uses System Proxy settings only. Are Firefox Network Settings set up the same?

No argument. Good question. You should be getting close to the same results. I noticed in Brave that it uses System Proxy settings only. Are Firefox Network Settings set up the same?
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I checked, the system proxy is enabled. I'm sure everything is default because I almost never use Firefox. I keep hearing how much faster it is than Chrome, and I wondered about that, so I made sure it was up to date and did the test on a couple of different days.

I note in passing, and it's visible in the graphics, my fiber Internet access is the fastest available here. Anyone testing will need an Internet access faster than 400Mb/sec. Otherwise, the test could be topping out at that level.

Finally, Brave is an iteration (fork?) of Chromium. I haven't tried Chrome on this same test, but I will.

Chrome does give the same result once I removed a ton of extensions I don't use. I notice a warning at the bottom that not all streams worked. I would guess that has more to do with routing or other conditions.

I checked, the system proxy is enabled. I'm sure everything is default because I almost never use Firefox. I keep hearing how much faster it is than Chrome, and I wondered about that, so I made sure it was up to date and did the test on a couple of different days. I note in passing, and it's visible in the graphics, my fiber Internet access is the fastest available here. Anyone testing will need an Internet access faster than 400Mb/sec. Otherwise, the test could be topping out at that level. Finally, Brave is an iteration (fork?) of Chromium. I haven't tried Chrome on this same test, but I will. Chrome does give the same result once I removed a ton of extensions I don't use. I notice a warning at the bottom that not all streams worked. I would guess that has more to do with routing or other conditions.

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