NET Framework doesn't do the same for app.config, but it reads from the disk for every request. As John says only spend more time on this if you are actually seeing a performance hit.Please tell me that he is wrong or I'll have to fix every Console/Windows Forms/Windows Services I wrote. For some further reading about remaining mysteries.
The only caveat with Windows Spotlight is that sometimes it will stop working, or you'll notice that it gets stuck on the same image.
Unfortunately, Windows 10 doesn't include an option to reset this feature.
Note that this only applies to the Web.config, I would interpret this comment as meaning that config files other than web.config in an ASP.
The comment in the forum post referenced by the OP was: The values for the Web.config are stored into cache/memory when the application starts hence why the app restarts when any changes are made to the web.config.
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