jawz101

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  1. I would suggest removing all .net versions on your computer & then running the .net cleanup tool& reinstall each .net after it's ran. it's your call
  2. thanks. I've never quite fully understood what it actually does. good info there btw, I see you've req'd. .net 4.0 in the latest beta. good for you on making the choice to keep up with the latest & greatest
  3. I've noticed and admired Rick Brewster's attention to detail when making this program lean and mean. Are there client side tricks we can use to leverage .net optimization for those programs that don't run these types of commands on install? For instance, if I have an application made by another company that uses dot net can I issue commands from the command line that run ngen optimizations against their programs?