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    Default Google Answers why Google Chrome is fast?

    For all those Geeks reading this article if you want to dive into the full technical intricacies on what makes Google Chrome a fast and responsive browser, Google had put together video interviews to walk through some of the engineering involved. They have provided inner working of Chrome which includes -



    1. DNS pre-resolution,
    2. the V8 JavaScript engine, and
    3. DOM bindings.


    However they havenít tell us about WebKit and UI responsiveness. Though they have promised to cover these section in later posts. You can watch these interview or for more information head up to Chromium Blog.


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    Quote Originally Posted by riteshtechie View Post
    For all those Geeks reading this article if you want to dive into the full technical intricacies on what makes Google Chrome a fast and responsive browser, Google had put together video interviews to walk through some of the engineering involved. They have provided inner working of Chrome which includes -

    1. DNS pre-resolution,
    2. the V8 JavaScript engine, and
    3. DOM bindings.


    However they havenít tell us about WebKit and UI responsiveness. Though they have promised to cover these section in later posts. You can watch these interview or for more information head up to Chromium Blog.

    It had been unknown why Chrome is performing so responsive & fast but now its known.. infact Google says that orkut gmail etc can be best accessed on Chrome only...

    Nice share Ritesh

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    I'd like to see Shift+Reload actually work in Chrome. When it stops partway through loading an image, the only way to get the full image to download is to rightclick it and click View Image. It'll display the partially downloaded image.

    Then you have to hold Shift and click reload a whole bunch of times until Chrome gets the message that you want it to go back out to the web and re-download it, ALL of it.

    Unlike other browsers, once that's done, going back to the page where Chrome *failed to work properly*, it will not replace the partially downloaded image with the fully downloaded image.

    Chrome has had this problem since its first public release and I bet it's had it from the beginning.

    I'd like to see it fixed so it doesn't become a forever nuisance like Netscape's "Document contains no data" issue on forms that survived through multiple versions and even ground up rewrites of the code. Netscape could be sitting there claiming "Document contains no data" forever while IE on the same computer on the same form, on the same net connection, would have no problem at all.

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