ASP.Net Speed your page response by using the Overrides

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Use the Override versions of the page methods instead of thedefault page methods. This would ensure that the .Net runtime does not have to invoke delegates.

Use the Override versions of the page methods instead of the default page methods. This would ensure that the .Net runtime does not have to invoke delegates.

Note that this page methods are hooked through the AutoEventWireup attribute. You need to turn it off.

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