How to cache HTML pages from Wordpress to avoid querying the database?

I would like to know how to delivery to the browser CACHED html pages so to avoid querying the database often. So basically I need the equivalent of OUTPUT CACHE in .Net, but should work in PHP and WordPress

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The plugin wp-super-cache promises just that. Never used it myself but it should work.

Tags: PHP / Mysql / Wordpress

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