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Slow loading websites have higher bounce rates, lower engagement and give the entire web a negative reputation for being slow.
The most important check in the Page Speed test examines how the website code is structured.
The reason we do this is because this code often requires j Query or the dm API functions to exist, but because our optimization moves this code lower on the page, it will no longer work and thus break the code that’s been installed.
Can the speed of your website really have that much of an effect on your sales? According to surveys done by Akamai and Gomez.com, nearly half of web users expect a site to load in 2 seconds or less, and they tend to abandon a site that isn’t loaded within 3 seconds.
Yes, after being a Firefox user for years (Internet Explorer? ) I am now firmly in the Google Chrome camp and use it for my primary browsing, keeping the other browsers present for testing and troubleshooting for users if needed.
Dealing with Firefox's notorious memory/resource problems and bizarre accelerated updates-with-no-apparent-benefit became too much.
Google has a list of 10 optimizations that it checks for on both desktop and mobile website versions.