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At the end, you'll see which page loaded faster on average.
Load multiple pages, one after another. The side that finishes fastest wins!
|Left side URLs
|Right side URLs
In the box below is a sharing link for each matchup you've tried. Beneath the link is the data for that matchup in CSV format.
Pages compete head-to-head in your browser to see who's fastest!
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See why these pages are fast or slow using GTmetrix, a free service that examines your site and gives recommendations for how to make it faster.
webpagetest.org is a community tool for testing and comparing sites using donated locations across the world. You can even create a video of multiple sites loading side-by-side.
Select serial mode to load one side at a time to eliminate the possibility that the two sides will interfere with each other.
whichloadsfaster is a fun way to spread the word that web performance matters. It's about friendly competition and about testing in everybody's browser, not just ones that have nice performance tools already.
Questions, bug reports and ideas happen on the mailing list.