In the next article on Windows 8, Microsoft talks about Internet Explorer Performance Lab: reliably measuring browser performance.
This is how the next article starts:
A big part of this blog is going behind the scenes to show you all the work that goes into the engineering of Windows 8. In this post we take a look at something we all care very deeply about–as engineers and as end-users–real world web performance. We do a huge amount of work to get beyond the basics of anecdotes and feel as we work to build high performance web browsing.
The IE Performance Lab collects reliable, accurate, and actionable data to inform decisions throughout the development cycle. We measure the performance of Internet Explorer 200 times daily, collecting over 5.7 million measurements and 480GB of runtime data each day. We understand the impact of every change to the product and ensure that Internet Explorer only gets faster. This blog post takes a deep look at how the IE Performance Lab is designed and how we use the lab to ensure we’re continually making the web faster.
In this post, we present:
- Overview of the IE Performance Lab
- Lab infrastructure
- What (and how) we measure
- Testing a scenario
- Results investigation
- Testing third-party software
- Building a fast browser for users
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