High Performance Networking in Google Chrome

We know Chrome is fast, but exactly how does it achieve it’s performance? A thorough technical run-down of the innovations used within Chrome. I switched from Firefox years ago and haven’t looked back. If you’re very privacy conscious, SRWare Iron is based on the same code. 

“DNS pre-resolve resolve hostnames ahead of time, to avoid DNS latency. TCP pre-connect connect to destination server ahead of time, to avoid TCP handshake latency. Resource prefetching fetch critical resources on the page ahead of time, to accelerate rendering of the page. Page prerendering fetch the entire page with all of its resources ahead of time, to enable instant navigation when triggered by the user.”

High Performance Networking in Google Chrome

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