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There are multiple issues that could be affecting your desktop field data: Desktop users connection speed Desktop users geolocation Desktop ads banners JS/Images on the responsive website (maybe the responsive version for mobile removes certain heavy components and makes it really fast) ... My first recommendation would be to analyze desktop and mobile ...


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How Chrome Measures LCP At the start of page load, the browser begins a stopwatch to track time it takes to see the largest content on the page. Chrome paints content in a series of stages. Different stages occur as the browser loads content on the page, or when changes are made to the DOM (whether its css, js, etc) and it's got to be re-painted. In each ...


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The best answer for this is in a Stack Overflow post: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/61238548/side-effects-of-removing-width-device-width-from-viewport-meta-tag-when-initi Relevant quote (emphasis mine): So.... Why do we need this viewport tag? Well, nowadays, we have media queries which allows us to design for mobile devices. However, this media query ...


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