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Isolated Storage

The isolated storage in Silverlight for Windows Phone follows, in some ways, the architectural model used for the desktop version. The concept of this storage is to isolate the physical memory of one application from another. Isolated storage undoubtedly has its advantages: the application's data is available only to us, which means that no one else can compromise security by accessing it. Sure, you can also see disadvantages—our application will not be able to share data even partially with other apps, right? But to solve problems like this, you can just move the data to be shared “in the cloud.” When the user chooses to download the latest version of your application, the update process will not modify your ...

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