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The overhead of C# for a WinMX client, and in fact, most applications, is negligible.
A well written .NET primary client should be just fine. I did some testing with my own .NET primary test program and it performed well.
Yeah XP SP2 has support for .NET 4
@White StripesIf the runtime is using that much memory, you have a problem. That is not normal. I am running Mato on XP right now with similar specs and I am looking at around 20-40 MB of memory allocated. Of course, you probably know that the runtime allocates more memory than it needs from the available system memory to speed up application requests for memory so looking at RAM usage is not a good indicator of performance however, in your case, it seems to indicate a problem.