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JQuery :: - Advantages Of Ajax Vs UpdatePanel - Viewstate - Speed - Size ?

I saw couple of similar question here on StackOverFlow but none of them to summarize with the following criteria.

What are the advantages of jquery.ajax vs UpdatePanel (like - viewstate, speed, size)?

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My question is -- I want to be able to use browser back button to go back to previous menu (with form state saved). However, when looking into the viewstate, it's always the same. Is there any way to do this?

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