There is one thing that can be said of just about someone using the internet. We constantly want everything to load quicker. Unless a page opens the second after you click on it, it’s just too slow. Gratefully, modern internet speeds and browsers are pretty snappy, but Google considers that it can do better in providing high browsing speeds.
While they are rolling out gigabit fiber in cities across the United States, they are looking at speeding up websites in a altered way. Google truly introduced a new compression algorithm last year named Brotli, which the company claims it can compress data up to 26 percent extra than their current available engine. Regardless of being introduced more than four months ago, we haven’t really seen it put to good use.