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Need Tips for Optimizing Windows Form Applications
I have been doing minor projects in C# in the past, but this is the only time where I feel I need to optimize the application. Specifically, I am looking for ways to improve the performance of the application through the following:
1. Data caching before application starts.
2. Improving drawing performance of user controls.
Especially for no. 2, it is very noticeable that when the application starts, a slight delay in the drawing of controls and images is evident (My application has a lot of custom controls). You can easily see some controls being drawn first compared to others. I am pretty much sure this is not due to my hardware, since more complex applications run flawlessly. What could be a way to fix this?
If my statements are vague, forgive me, because I really have no clue on the solution and even the problem itself. If anyone can point me to the right direction, you would really be helping me out.
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