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C# Windows Form Open problem

Hi,

In my C# Windows Form project application, it takes a long time to open a
form at the first time,
but takes short time to open it the second time.
Would someone tell me how to speed up openning a form?
Thanks for help.
Jason
Feb 16 '06 #1
1 1445
Hi Jason,

Maybe just-in-time compilation is the answer. I think the JIT compiler
compiles code the first time it is called only.

You can use threading or asynchronous programming combined with a
status bar with ("Loading...") to make the form load easier.

Regards,
Jim

Feb 16 '06 #2

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