I am trying to better understand appDomains. From my understanding Windows runs all applications in a process. each application is encapsulated in it's own object that resides within this process. This object also holds some global varibles which can not be shared. All objects that are in the process can not share any data with one another. An appDomain from my understanding is a special object that sits in the windows process. and all it does is keep a reference to all assemblies assigned to it. If anyone could elaborate more on that or correct me if I am wrong. Also any good resources will do as well.
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