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What is the standard practice to make sure one slow-running page doesn't affect other pages?

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Page A loads very fast; Page B loads very slowly and does some CPU-intensive things on the web server.I noticed that if someone is loading Page B, then Page A also loads slowly - for ALL users. What is the standard practice for making sure this doesn't happen?  If multiple users are loading Page B at the same time then Page A is ridiculously slow.Is there an IIS setting, web.config setting, or hardware configuration I could use to make sure that the fast-loading pages aren't bogged down by other pages that need more time to load? 

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