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Google tests a new “Never Slow Mode” in its Chrome browser

The developers of Google have been actively working on new features for the most used browser around the world, Chrome; a new report reveals that the company is testing new features that will significantly reduce resource usage as well as improve browser performance.

Through a post on GitHub, the developers reveal that they are working on a new Never Slow or NSM mode, this new mode activates a function that imposes resource limits per interaction and thus improve loading speed of web pages, this function can be activated on web pages by their developers through the HTTP header. An interesting fact is that as shown in the screenshot, Chrome will notify you when this function is activated, mainly this mode has been created to provide a great speed of websites.

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The Never Slow or NSM mode disables some functions of the web platforms, all with the intention of improving the loading time, the report also revealed the sizes of each details of the sites, these are the following:

  • The JavaScript and WASM modules are limited to 50 KiB per resource and a total limit per interaction of 500 KiB within a document.
  • CSS stylesheets are limited to 100 KiB per resource and a total limit per interaction of 200 KiB.
  • Web fonts are limited to 100 KiB per resource and a total limit per interaction of 100 KiB.
  • Images are limited to 1024 KiB (1 MiB) per resource and a total limit of 2048 KiB (2 MiB) per interaction within a document.

What do you think about the function of this new Never Slow Mode? Tell us.

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Source >> WindowsLatest