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Google Lets You Save Time with Its Updated PageSpeed Service

By Katrina Canlas - on 6 Aug 2012, 6:09pm

Google Lets You Save Time with Its Updated PageSpeed Service

PageSpeed Service is Google's way of allowing online users to have better web experience through quick loading of web pages by compressing images, caching pages on Google servers, and concatenating CSS files. This service accelerated web browsing yet Google seems not to stop there and realizes that there is always room for improvement because after a year since PageSpeed Service was made available, Google launches an update that promises an even better web experience.

Comparison of Original and Optimized Web Browsing via Google's PageSpeed Service

The current update of Google PageSpeed Service includes intelligent ways of displaying websites as quickly as possible as they are downloaded efficiently. The new update also gives priority to content found above the fold such that it defers JavaScript execution until page load. However, one downside of Google PageSpeed Service at present is that it is still released in Beta and you need an invite to gain access to it.

Source: TechCrunch