Browser Speed On Localhost?

Jan 20, 2011

When I browse the pages on local host, only IE renders pages very fast. In every other browser I have a delay of 1 second or so. Why is that happening and is there any way to speed up the response time in other browsers (web.config, IIS setting)?

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