Check if IIS uses compression
Website compression is always a good thing. It optimizes performance AND saves bandwith. With a few exceptions (for example, if the page itself has some kind of logic that uses compression) you should always enable it.
But what then? How do you know if IIS actually does what you told it to do?
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