As Google inc progresses towards a newer and better ways of improving its users experience, the Chrome is part of which would enjoy the new changes in system upgrade as the new Google algorithms would make the software load web pages super faster than ever.
Google inc introduced an Algorithm called Brotli by September 2015 as a compressional system that would deliver web documents and pages in a faster manner.
As the case might be, Chrome is promised to compress data up to 26% farther than its current state. The present compression engine Zopfli tried in such aspect.
Based on Google’s performance engineer who is bearing Ilya Grigorik, he said that Brotli is ready to start being functional. Now the great expectance is that ones users upgrades their Chrome application to the next version, they would enjoy the sudden boom in its speed.
Google also says Brotli will help mobile Chrome users experience “lower data transfer fees and reduced battery use.” The company is hailing Brotli as “a new data format” that Google hopes will be adopted by other web browsers in the near future, with Firefox seemingly next in line to adopt it. But for now, expect to notice your web pages loading a bit faster in the coming weeks.
Source: The Verge.