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Default Visual Basic .NET and processes

Hello,

I am trying to develop a multi-threading application in Visual Basic .Net. The only problem I currenty have is as follows:

The main application acts as a sandbox. It contains a tab control and each tab page is defined individually. In each tab content page I need to add a form which is already created -> this works. What I want to do is to create a new process for each tab. I need to wrap everything that is in that form, pass it maybe as a dll and then load the content in the newly created tab, but everything that's in there needs to be in a separate process in memory (also to be shown as a separate process in task manager) but it also needs to be wrapped within the main application (it doesn't have to be just a new instance, a new program).

Is this possible in Visual Basic?

Thanks everyone for your help.




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