Difference Between general properties and auto implementation properties?

Example please. While I can guess what you mean, you're not using conventional terms.

don’t use auto-implemented property, but rather use general properties.

What do you consider "general properties", could you give an example?

You just said exactly the same thing, with the same non-conventional term. Show me a code example of what you think a "general property" is. Then I'll tell you what the difference is between them and auto properties.

I'd rather not assume what you mean, give a good answer, then have you shoot back immediately that it's not what you wanted.