use perceptibly in a sentence.
Why would they be perceptibly slower?
Chrome is perceptibly faster than Safari which is perceptibly faster than Firefox which is ridiculously faster than Internet Explorer.
Rarely buggy, often perceptibly slow (in relative terms where fast HN is your benchmark - generally smokes anything else I use day to day).
The app seems pretty slow, it cannot be perceptibly slower than Excel for this project to kick off.
I'm curious, does a 2-3x increase in speed very perceptibly better the user experience?
It bothers me a little that they show the motion against a starfield like that -- the stars are so far away that they won't shift perceptibly even on a journey to mars.
The other alternative is just making a really accurate duplicate of the original disc, by ripping and burning it with a utility like Alcohol 120%, which can make perceptibly identical copies of the game media.
For example: No restaurant will go bankrupt or even perceptibly lose money because blind people can’t read the menu on their website.
This sounds more like Reddit's problem where some architectural simplifications might net a giant win versus piling yet more gunk on top (Reddit is still perceptibly doing random IO for every comment in a thread during page load, or perhaps some insanely slow sorting, I have NFC how they haven't fixed this yet).
But it's all about perception - LinkedIn has got perceptibly more slimy, less about connecting, and it has now started taking money for rankings.