I'm using Visual Studio 2010 Pro on a Windows 7 PC, to build simple VB Windows Form Applications (I've just started learning VB). Lately when I try to debug my applications, it takes unusually long. For example, an application with just a blank
form and nothing else will take about a minute to build, and then it will sit for another minute or two until the app window pops up. It didn't use to do this! Any ideas on what could be causing this behavior?
Okay, I think I've fixed the problem. I had been transferring some homework files from a school server to my PC, and the school's file transfer software apparently screwed with the networking setting on my computer. I don't know why that should
affect Visual Studio's performance so drastically, but when I turned off file sharing on my PC, Visual Studio went back to its normal behavior.
Marked As Answer byklveMonday, January 23, 2012 4:05 AM
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