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Posted on 2004-09-23
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if i run a c++ .net application ive compiled, wether it be a simple one with just a form and a button or one more complex... the resources used by that program are always left on my system, even after ive closed the application... so after about 10 compile and run of a program im dev-ing my PF is full and my computer is slow as...

i know this is a problem specific to my computer and not the source code, caz i can do dev on my other (slower/smaller) computer for a long time with no problems...

one thing: i did install the .net framework 2.0 beta... and then uninstalled it and im using .net fx 1.1 sp1... would of installing dotnetfx2 have done something???
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.NET 2.0 is still beta and still buggy.But you should not have trouble running .NET 1.1 apps.I'd reccomend re-installing and .NET 1.1 - and if it doesn't help - re-install windows.
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