Kill Form Compact Framework

I have 2 forms, i want to call Form2 from Form1 and then take Form1 out of memory I tried to use Form1.Dipose() but it still is listed as a running form in the process list on the PPC Memory Settings.

Form2 myForm2 = new Form2();
//This is not releasing the form object from Memory
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Where is  this code?  Is it in a static context, or is it being run by instanciated code.  Is it in Form 1?
jbrashearsAuthor Commented:
This is in a button click event  on form1
The .NET CLR provides nondeterministic garbage collection, which means that all bets are of in terms of when an object will actually be released from memory.  You can force the garbage collector to run by calling GC.Collect()
I tried it in an emulator and It worked fine.  So, it probably just hasen't performed a garbage collection yet, as above.

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