If you use JPEG images, you can make your pages load faster by reducing the size of your JPEG files with unnoticeable or little loss of the image quality.
If you have a JPEG editor, most likely you already have what's required to compress JPEG images. Since JPEG image quality may decrease at higher compression levels, being able to see the same image compressed at different levels can help you to pick the highest quality image at the best compression level. Advertisement

We've created a free online tool that can do just that. Try running your JPEG images through Chami.com Online JPEG Compressor to see if you can afford to reduce the size of your images.