Chrome is the mainstream browser product in the industry, and Google has been optimizing and improving its performance. Google boasted in its latest official blog that the Chrome browser (desktop and Android versions) has saved users 10,000 years of waiting for web pages to load.
In a blog post, Google discussed experience optimization with Core Web Vitals (CWV), a website performance metric in which the company examines millions of pages to define a common standard for fast, user-friendly web pages.
In addition, Google updated its search ranking algorithm in August 2024 , taking into account factors such as whether the page meets the speed and usability standards set by CWV.
Following these changes, Google says Chrome’s average page load speed is now 166 milliseconds faster. This may seem like a small improvement, but small changes can add up to have a significant impact on the network. By 2023, the project will save users more than 10,000 years of waiting for web pages to load, and more than 1,200 years of waiting for web pages to respond to user input .
Naijatechnews discovered from the blog that Google also tracks the number of page jumps that meet the CWV requirements. Currently, the satisfaction rate for mobile devices is 64.45% (previously 64%), and the satisfaction rate for desktop devices is 68.39% (previously 67%). The Chrome data team expects the fulfillment rate to reach 69% by the end of this year.
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