At the end of The Matrix Neo finally see the code and that makes him able to deal with agents easily, always faster, etc.
But why is that? Earlier we learn that there is just too much information in the Matrix for the deck computer to decode real-time. Thus the crew watch it in code form.
It sounds like reading an .avi movie in a hex editor. The way they say their lack of decoding power sounds like that if they had the faster computers they would probably watch the Matrix decoded. Are there facts that prove or disprove this assumption?
In the end how does 'code view' help Neo? Does it actually mean less/filtered information or something else? Where is the difference coming from? If it's just a symbol/metaphor, what does it symbolize?