Remember the Daft Punk song, “Harder Better Faster Stronger”? Well, that is certainly a mantra worth following if you want to improve your company’s performance, and of course, it also applies to athletes who are competing for honors. The same goes for the technology scene as well for certain of the adjectives, where Chrome 27 on the Beta channel has been launched, and this particular release is said to unleash smarter behind-the-scenes resource scheduling in addition to a slew of new features that will be a boon for web developers.
Basically, the end user would be able to experience faster page loads, which are approximately 5% speedier on average, courtesy of changes made to Chrome’s resource scheduler. Basically, Chrome 27 Beta and future iterations will have a more aggressive scheduler when it comes to using an idle connection, where it will demote the priority of preloaded resources as part of an effort not to interfere with critical assets. Have you given Chrome 27 Beta a go yet?
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