Storing data between running of application - VB.net version of Ini files?

Posted on 2006-11-04
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Hi there,

I want to do something very simple.  I want to store the last inputted username so it auto fills on the login form for the user.

In VB6 I would of created an ini file to store this information.  What is best solution VB.net offers for doing this type of thing?


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