Google Chrome is about to get a lot faster with new compression algorithm

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The speed of your Google Chrome browser is about to go up. That’s thanks to Google rolling out a new data-compression algorithm, which will speed up your web browsing by reducing file sizes.

Web Browser Google Chrome is about to be fitted with a new compression algorithm called Brotli help speed up website load faster from 20 to 26% compared with capital Zopfli algorithm launched 3 years ago and is still being used for to the present. Google claims that Brotli will be a “data format entirely new” data compression capabilities than other compression formats while ensuring decompression time equivalent.

The company adds that “data compression with smaller capacity with less space helps better bandwidth and page load time is quicker. This will be particularly useful for people who use mobile devices by will reduce the cost of mobile data, while saving battery life and how this compression is also very suitable for font compression site. ”

Ever formal algorithms are applied? Ilya Grigorik engineer of Google web performance indicates that although Brotli still being finalized but ready to release and therefore, most likely it will be available on the next version of the Chrome browser.

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Following Google’s previous data-compression algorithm, Zopfli, Brotli is named after Swiss baked goods, meaning “small bread.”