Linked by Eugenia Loli on Mon 14th Aug 2006 17:38 UTC, submitted by Esther Schindler
.NET (dotGNU too) Windows INI files and its registry have both advantages and limitations, particularly from a developer's viewpoint. In this DevSource article, Peter Aitken explains what they are, and explains how .NET's isolated storage works: it provides a location on your drive that only a specific application can find and use. He explains when isolated storage is a developer's best friend, and when you shouldn't bother.
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