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Re: Tor speed

Well, Firefox rendes HTML as fast as it is possible (instead of IE6), so I dont think it is the reason. You can also try wget or something - it takes hell long time to receive first byte of response and then it is fast enough.

Original question was very simple: Where is the main difference between Tor and JAP design, that JAP is spreading bandwidth much better than Tor?


Keep in mind, that I dont judge JAP from security view, just performance.

On Fri, Feb 13, 2009 at 11:02 AM, Mitar <mmitar@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Have you tried other browsers? For example some text only browser?
Maybe they have different strategy for loading and displaying things
which is better for user experience over links with larger latency.
(Like displaying just HTML without images and CSS and JS at the
beginning and then slowly everything else.)

This would be an interesting thing to measure - how different browsers
cope with latencies and how the user experience this strategies.