Google Chrome browser by enabling Hardware Acceleration and Pre-Rendering of webpages. If you used to frequent a lot to graphic-intensive websites (e.g. YouTube) at slow shared internet connection, this post is for you.
Follow this step-by-step guide on how to speed up your Chrome browser by enabling hardware acceleration and pre-rendering:
Step 1 On the address bar, type "about:flags" (without quotes) and hit enter.
Step 2 Scroll down and click on enable link under GPU Accelerated Compositing
Step 3 Just below that, also click on enable link under GPU Accelerated Canvas 2D.
Note: If you're using Chrome 11, 'GPU Accelerated Compositing' is activated by default. For Mac users, you can only enable GPU Accelerated Compositing; GPU Accelerated Canvas 2D is not yet available.
Step 4 Scroll down a little, and click on enable Web Page Prerendering.
Step 5 Finally, hit the Restart button at the bottom of the page.