Check if HTTP/2 is enabled on your website.
Released in 2015, Hypertext Transfer Protocol version 2 (HTTP/2 or H2) is the first significant upgrade over HTTP.
HTTP/2 can load multiple page elements in parallel over a single TCP connection. It reduces the latency to serve requested content faster by doing the following.
There is no concrete answer, as it depends on the client's network speed, the web browser, and many other factors.
HTTP/2 Implementation is quite straightforward, and this can be configured in web servers, network devices, and CDNs.
You may refer to these guides to configure in Apache HTTP, Nginx, and LiteSpeed.
Most CDN providers, like Cloudflare, SUCURI, Incapsula, KeyCDN, etc., have HTTP/2 support, which one can enable with just a few clicks.
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