Kevin Philp wrote:
>What I don't understand is:
>1. How does a piece of software on your desktop speed up your connection?
>Surely the server has to run the compression software?
>>2. Can't Apache negotiate to compress web pages anyway? Is this software just
>adjusting the content negotiation?
in their own words:
When your web browser requests a Web Page, the ONSPEED software
redirects that request to the ONSPEED Compression Servers. They take the
respective Web Page content, compresses it and sends it back down to the
ONSPEED software which decompresses it and sends it to the Browser
requesting the information.
Not impossible. In fact, I can think of a few ways of doing it straight off.
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