I wrote a program utilizing Winsock in VB 6 a while back. I recently got VB.net and am rewriting the program (not using the conversion tool; I'm doing it line by line).
I would think the VB.net program SHOULD be running faster... a) its a newer version of VB & b) ive made several code improvements. However, the client program (written in VB 6 still) takes a MUCH longer time to process incoming Winsock information than it did with the VB 6 version.
Has anything like this happened to anyone else? Is it a compatibility issue perhaps? Anything I can do to fix it?