How to enable/disable the Compression for a website from the IIS 10?

Enabling HTTP Compression lead to the quick transmission of HTTP requests between IIS and Your web-browser. IIS have 2 types of compression. Static and Dynamic Compression. Following are the steps to Enable/Disable IIS Compression.

  1. Click Start >> Administrative Tools >> Internet Information Services (IIS) Manager.

  2. Select the Website for which you want to enable compression.

  3. Double Click on Compression.



  4. You can tick to enable the static/dynamic compression. You can untick to disable the static/dynamic compression.

  5. Click on Apply Button in Action Pane to save your settings.

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