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Maxthon lance le navigateur Internet le plus rapide du monde

-- La nouvelle version allie le moteur de rendu Blink et des améliorations de performances pour créer le navigateur Internet le plus rapide du monde

SAN FRANCISCO, 7 décembre 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Maxthon, un éditeur mondial de logiciels qui crée des navigateurs Internet de pointe, a annoncé aujourd'hui le lancement de la version bêta de son dernier navigateur Windows PC, qui offre une excellente vitesse de saisie permettant de restituer les pages Internet et de gérer les téléchargements plus rapidement que tout autre navigateur au monde. Le nouveau navigateur de Maxthon fait appel à une version ramifiée du moteur de rendu Blink et se fonde en même temps sur les propres améliorations de Maxthon en matière de vitesse et de performance, ce qui en fait le navigateur le plus rapide du monde, avec une vitesse de 10 % supérieure à celle de Chrome 30.

« Le défi pour notre équipe consistait à créer un navigateur plus rapide et plus léger que Chrome », explique Jeff Chen, PDG et fondateur de Maxthon. « Je suis heureux d'annoncer que notre équipe a relevé ce défi et dépassé les attentes. La nouvelle architecture offre des temps d'accélération 40 % plus rapides que les itérations antérieures, et des résultats d'essais comparatifs entre le nouveau Maxthon 4.1.3.700 et Chrome 30 font apparaître que Maxthon est 10 % plus rapide. En outre, notre approche exclusive vis-à-vis de la gestion des cookies tiers est une bénédiction pour quiconque souhaite profiter de l'avantage de la personnalisation des cookies sans permettre aux réseaux publicitaires d'en suivre l'utilisation ».

Outre les meilleures vitesses pour le chargement de page et les téléchargements, la dernière version offre également :

  • La prise en charge HTML5 la plus vaste et la plus robuste au monde
  • La prise en charge de l'accélérateur WebGL & GPU pour de meilleurs graphiques et un meilleur traitement d'image
  • La réduction de l'empreinte mémoire et de l'utilisation de l'unité centrale
  • Des téléchargements exclusifs et multifilières avec des vitesses accrues qui sont cinq fois supérieures aux fonctionnalités actuelles de téléchargement de Maxthon, lesquelles sont pourtant déjà rapides
  • La possibilité d'importer automatiquement les données de compte des visiteurs lors de la création d'un nouveau compte
  • La mobilisation de mémoire vive la plus faible de tout navigateur sur PC
  • La meilleure stratégie de gestion des cookies tiers au monde pour protéger les données confidentielles des utilisateurs

« Nous avons totalement revu notre stratégie en matière de téléchargements de fichiers pour les rendre encore plus rapides », explique Karl Mattson, vice-président de la division internationale de Maxthon. « Grâce à notre moteur C4 Cloud, les utilisateurs bénéficient d'une navigation sans heurts sur Internet de terminal à terminal, avec les vitesses de chargement et de téléchargement les plus élevées au monde. Grâce à des temps d'accélération plus rapides, à un nouveau cœur Blink, à une meilleure prise en charge HTML5 et à la meilleure stratégie possible en matière de cookies tiers, la dernière version de notre navigateur Windows va sans aucun doute révolutionner le marché ».

Télécharger Maxthon pour Windows : www.maxthon.com

Télécharger Maxthon pour Android : https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.mx.browser

Télécharger Maxthon pour iPhone / iPad : 
https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/maxthon-web-browser-best-out/id541052011?mt=8

Télécharger Maxthon pour le téléphone Windows : 
http://www.windowsphone.com/en-us/store/app/maxthon/7930f298-bd1e-462c-bbf2-0e36f26d04d4

A propos de Maxthon

Maxthon est un éditeur de logiciels innovants qui met au point des navigateurs Internet de grande qualité qui restent la nouvelle référence en matière de vitesse, de sécurité, de simplicité et d'informatique en nuage. Ses produits sont proposés pour les plates-formes Windows, Android, iOS et Mac. Depuis ses bureaux à San Francisco, Los Angeles, Beijing, Shanghai et Hong Kong, Maxthon touche une communauté mondiale d'utilisateurs qui compte plus de 120 000 000 de personnes chaque mois dans plus de 150 pays. Cliquez ici pour de plus amples informations sur Maxthon.

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