One of the most common requirements for applications is providing the ability of storing user preferences, such as the graphic theme, personal folders, options, and so on. Generally there are two kinds of settings that the .NET Framework allows saving within the application configuration file: application-level settings and user-level settings. Application-level settings are related to the general behavior of the application, and users will not have the ability of providing modifications. User-level settings are related to each user profile that runs the applications and allows storing and editing preferences. Starting from Visual Basic 2005,
My namespace provides a class named
My.Settings, which offers members that easily allow ...