Google has detailed the changes they have done to the browser in past 3 months. Those improvements made it notable faster. The optimization directions include faster DOM parsing and JS handling.
According to Google, Chrome desktop has improved its performance by 10% in the Speedometer 2.1 browser benchmark, that is developed by Apple. Additionally, the company shared separate performance benchmarks for Chrome on Android, which showed a 30% speed increase in running the same benchmark.
Google has made several adjustments to improve Chrome's desktop performance, resulting in a Speedometer score of 390 in the upcoming version 113. Here are some of the change.
The compression and decompression of pointers now works much faster.
Additionally, Google has optimized the JS Object.prototype.toString and Array.prototype.join methods, as well as made targeted improvements in CSS's InterpolableColor.
Finally, to make Chrome run faster on recent Android devices, Google now uses a special set of compiler flags that take into account the modern hardware. By implementing the mentioned upgrades, users can expect an enhanced browsing experience and increased comfort during their daily web searches. Additionally, other applications that are based on Chromium stand to gain from these changes, including Apple's WebKit which is used in Safari. It is worth noting that some of these upgrades have already been incorporated into Safari's code base.
You will find more details in the official blog post.
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