Use the below tools to improve your page speed.
Test how well the CSS delivery of your web page is optimized and learn how to improve the delivery.
Automatically compress your CSS scripts and files into a much smaller size. Minimizing the file size improves page speed.
Check whether your website has GZIP enabled and how well it compresses your web files.
Test the image delivery to learn what you can do to optimize the usage of your images for page speed.
Minify the file size of PNG images to speed up page load times.
Compress JPEG images to the smallest size to improve page speed.
Combine and save multiple images into one to reduce the number of HTTP requests.
Check whether your files are cached or not and by which method.
Check your web page for broken links, images, scripts, etc.. so you can remove these requests from your web pages.
Check how many (and which type of) HTTP requests your web page makes. Reduce requests to improve page load times.
Encode web files into a Base64 string to reduce the amount of HTTP requests made by your web pages.
Remove line breaks and unnecessary whitespace to minify web documents and reduce the file size.
Test whether your website has keep-alive enabled so you can enable it if it isn't.
View the HTTP Header information of your URL to see whether it contains useful information.