Hi there,
What are the drawbacks of vb.net
which else is better to use?


In .Net world the only better thing is C#. They both generate equivalent MSIL code when compiled but VB.Net doesn't support unsigned types and some other syntactic and type related concepts but the effect of those is minimal. If you need speed you can use Delphi 7 (later vers support .Net framework too but their IDEs aren't as good as Delphi) to generate native code (my preference for native code, no need for >20MB framework/runtime install) or C++.Net with Managed Code Extensions.

Loren Soth