The market of Internet browsers in Windows 10 is encouraged and it is that if yesterday we attended one of the most grotesque episodes that are remembered with the arrival of Google Chrome to the Microsoft Store and its subsequent elimination of fulminating form, it is now another the browser that reaches the Windows platform.
It is the Puffin browser, a cloud-based browser that they could already use on iOS and Android and now makes the leap to Windows 10 trying to convince the undecided who still doubt whether to opt for Microsoft Edge, Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox.
Puffin boasts of speed, because not in vain and if we take as reference the use in Android, Puffin is shown as one of the fastest alternatives . Puffin stands out for its upload speed, according to an analysis by PhoneArena (April 2015) and only takes 4.1 seconds on average to load a web for the first time, compared to 10.5 seconds in Firefox, the 8, 5 of Dolphin or 7.9 seconds of Chrome.
To achieve this speed, it uses remote servers in the cloud , which help to download and process web pages more efficiently, avoiding the use of machine resources. This benefits devices that have more adjusted capabilities.
Thanks to this method, Puffin preprocesses and compresses web pages, freeing work capacity in the PC that the machine can allocate for other uses. In addition all traffic from the Puffin application to the Puffin server is encrypted, so they advertise that it is a secure browser.
You can download Puffin from its website at the end of the article and ** check if the performance they advertise is as good as the one offered in the other two major platforms, iOS and android. Have you tried it? How about?