Xpedite Client Side Results
- Reduced load on the server as less content must be served for each page request.
- Improved user experience as pages will load faster.
Below are three sample page loads illustrating the different possibilities when running Xpedite. The first result shows the stock IIS page load when IIS compression is disabled. The second result shows the same page request when only the Xpedite minification handlers are enabled. The important note about the second result is that only the web.config file was modified to achieve an 80% reduction in bandwidth and 20% improvement to page render time. Finally, the last result shows the same page request when Xpedite WebControls were used in place of stock LINK, SCRIPT and IMG tags. The last result does require that the page itself be modified, but results in an 85% reduction in bandwidth and 60% improvement to page render time.
64-bit Windows 7 Professional
Intel Core 2 Duo E8500 @ 3.16GHz
Page Request (Un-Xpedited)
Page Request (Partially-Xpedited)
Page Request (Fully-Xpedited)