I love Google Chrome. It’s the browser of choice for people who want to get things done, safely and quickly. There’s no memory leak, and it’s more secure when it comes to viruses compared to the competition, and Google is only going to make it better. Google is planning on making Chrome even faster with some tweaks to the software powering it. By compressing the data before it reaches your web browser, it makes things move even faster, no matter your connection speed.
Brotli promises to boost speeds by 26 percent over Chrome’s current processing system, which is good news because the fastest web browser on the market is about to get even faster. Who complains about getting things faster? Well, no one, that I know of, but if you need more evidence that it’s good, it also promises to lower battery drain and data usage. Brotli is coming in the next update for Chrome, and Firefox is also on board, adopting Brotli as their algorithm of choice.
I can only hope that the next edition of Chrome comes out pretty quickly, so I can experience the speed boost for myself.