Why does your browser limit the number of concurrent network calls?

But why does the browser limit the number of calls at all?

What happens when you make a network call?

Can we not make multiple requests using the same connection?

Can we not have concurrent requests within a single connection?

So you mean we can have any number of concurrent requests using HTTP Pipelining?

Then how do we achieve concurrent requests now?

So what is the number of connections that a browser can make at a time?

What about our original question? Why limit the number of concurrent connections?

What about HTTP 2.0

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