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    What are three ways to reduce page load time?

    Please tell me What are three ways to reduce page load time?
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    First, Delete all history, cookies, cache, etc. Second, run necessary programs at one time, third, uninstall all unnecessary application and software.
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    Well, I would try Google. But since you didn't. try this: http://blog.crazyegg.com/2013/12/11/...-your-website/
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    you should optimize our photos before uploadind into websie
    avoid any animated videos because it takes lot of time
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    Reduce image sizes, remove unnecessary widgets, HTTP compression, put CSS at the top and script references at the bottom or in external files, reduce lookups, minimize redirects, caching, etc.
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    For a faster load speed , I usually uninstall applications that are not in used anymore. I also remove cache, cookies and others. I also minimize the pages loading. Another important tip is to combine images and reduce the size of file.
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