How different browsers differ?

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Major operations of the V-NET clients involve access local resources, they work better if they are non-browser native applications or Apps. This is because browsers are limited in such kind of operations. However browsers are pre-installed on most systems, they are likely more accessible than Apps when doing "quick jobs".

Although all most recent versions of mainstream browsers support a large portion of HTML 5 standards, as far as accessing V-NET is concerned, they still differ from each other in noticeable ways. The best choice for accessing V-NET are Chrome base browsers (it includes Opera). Firefox is also comparable and is slightly faster in hash computation. Safari does not support WebRTC. IE does not support WebRTC, script based data receiving (data receiving in IE has to use the build-in downloader through the central V-NET service at present) and it is significantly slower in hash computation.


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