Thanks for the tip about the histograms. Here on my laptop, usually with a 50Mbps broadband connection, I've been blocked on web fonts 37.2% of the time, with 200ms delay at the 75th percentile. So yeah, improvements welcome :)
ps | ConvertTo-CSV | q "select ProcessName from -"
its far easier however to just use Powershell in majority of cases.
ps | select ProcessName
So in this case it doesn't make sense, but in the case you need some advanced sql syntax like joins etc that are not there in powershell unless user implemented it makes sense to use q a lot.
Interestingly enough, ~50% of fetches are initiated by the preload scanner, which tells us that the doc parser is frequently blocked due to blocking scripts (doh)... Hooray for preload scanners!
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