.NET is a software development platform developed by Microsoft. It runs on Microsoft Windows OS. .NET provides tools and libraries that allow developers to develop applications and services much easily, faster and secure by using a convenient way.
.NET Framework provides two methods Finalize and Dispose for releasing unmanaged resources like files, database connections, COM etc. This article helps you to understand the difference between Finalize and Dispose method.
CTS and CLS are parts of .NET CLR and are responsible for type safety with in the code. Both allows cross language communication and type safety. In this article I would like to expose the relationship between these two.
JIT stands for just-in-time compiler. It converts the MSIL code to CPU native code as it is needed during code execution. It is called just-in-time since it converts the MSIL code to CPU native code; when it is required within code execution otherwise it will not do nothing with that MSIL code.
.Net framework is an integrated component of windows operating system that supports development and execution of next generation applications, Windows store apps and services.
Finalize is a special method that is automatically called by the garbage collector (GC) before the object is collected. This method is only called by the GC. Destructor in C# are automatically translated into Finalize. You can see the IL code using IDASM where you will see that destructor is renamed to finalize.
Memory management is the main concern for any application whether application is window based or web based. In .Net, CLR has garbage collector that executes as a part of our program and responsible for reclaiming the memory of no longer used objects. Garbage collector free the memory for objects that are no longer referenced and keeps the memory for future allocations.