Speed and Performance
Although ASP.NET 1.x is the one of the world’s fastest web application servers,
Microsoft aims to make it even faster by bundling the performance improvements
in ASP.NET 2.0. It is now 64-bit-enabled, meaning it can take advantage of the
full memory address space of new 64-bit processors and servers. Developers can
simply copy existing 32-bit ASP.NET applications onto a 64-bit ASP.NET 2.0
server, and the web applications will be automatically JIT compiled and
executed as native 64-bit applications. As part of the performance
improvements, ASP.NET 2.0 also enhances the caching feature set by providing
new functionalities. The next section provides you with a quick overview of the
caching improvements in ASP.NET 2.0.
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