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In the about:dns page in Google Chrome, does anyone know what these mean:

  1. page load count

  2. subresource navigations

  3. subresource preconnects

  4. subresource preresolves

  5. expected connects (in decimals?)

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  1. How many times the page has been loaded
  2. How many times a link in that page was navigated to
  3. Number of times the browser prefetched resources i believe
  4. How many times the browser resolved the address of subresource
  5. Number of HTTP connections (average?) browser needs to iterate to load the site's pages
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  1. How many times the page has been loaded
  2. How many times a link in that page was navigated to
  3. Not sure
  4. How many times the browser resolved the address of subresource
  5. Not a clue, but I think its time based.
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