Ok, I got a little problem. I do work on an application which is going to download different stuff from the internet, and I got a little problem with the threads. I use some classes that can use up to 5 seconds to complete (like Connect), and it all runs after eachother (not a big loop for the entire thread, but a task, start to end). Therefore I can't use the easy, classic, Cancel := True, if cancel = True then Exit; way. I did try most procedures in TThread to cancel it, like Terminate, DoTerminate, Suspend, etc..., but none of them seems to cancel it. Is there some not too hard way to simply terminate/cancel, and then free the Thread without having to add extra If Cancel = True ..... code in the Execute procedure (I can't do that, because it doesn't run in a loop, and some of the procedures inside that thread takes time to do, and I can't do that If Cancel = True between each line of code). 400 points for this working answer.
Another extra question, worth 100 points, what is the difference between Destroy, and Free when I free a component, or class (like TMemoryStream)? Which of them frees it fully (returns just as many bytes as it took when I created it)?