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Google Shares Insights On Accelerating Web Sites

June 23rd, 2010 06:10 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

miller60 writes “The average web page takes 4.9 seconds to load and includes 320 KB of content, according to Google executive Urs Holzle. In his keynote at the O”Reilly Velocity conference on web performance, Holzle said that competition from Chrome has made Internet Explorer and Firefox faster. He also cited the potential for refinements to TCP, DNS, and SSL/TLS to make the web a much faster place, and cited compressing headers as a powerful performance booster. Holzle also noted that Google’s ranking algorithm now includes a penalty for sites that load too slowly.”

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