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Feb
2009

Google added SDCH in Google Toolbar for Internet Explorer to speed up loading Web pages

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Google has just implemented a new, incredible feature to its Toolbar for Internet Explorer. As a matter of fact, now thanks to the  SDCH technology (Shared Dictionary Compression over HTTP), people using Microsoft Internet Explorer with installed Google Toolbar will be able to download  and display Google search pages faster than ever. Reading from Google’s proposal we learn that  SDCH is an “an HTTP/1.1-compatible extension that supports inter-response data compression by means of a reference dictionary shared between user agent and server”. But how does it work? 

Simple, the proposal explains that “retrieving a set of HTML pages with the same header, footer, inlined JavaScript and CSS requires the retransmission of the same data multiple times. [SDCH is] a compression technique that leverages this crosspayload redundancy.” This means that Google.com will be downloaded at incredible speed letting you enjoy the fun of searching through the Internet even more!




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