Source: B92 | Wednesday, 06.02.2019.| 14:51
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“Never Slow” mode for Chrome in preparation

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Google is testing a new Chrome upgrade which should make for a much faster web browsing.

The new mode, called Never Slow, should enable Chrome to currently block large scripts and set budgets for certain resource types (script, font, css, images), based on pre-defined size limits.

Google claims that such selective bypassing of certain elements on websites should make pages load faster.

It has not yet been announced officially when Never Slow will be implemented, nor is it known how effective the solution will prove in practice.
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