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I have been reading Application publishing - .NET Core | Microsoft Docs[^]

I find the option of the App being self-contained pretty interesting, since once of the biggest problems with big companies is the allowance to install something, the delay with the updates and / or the mandatory updates (for yesterady of course) when they decide something has to be done (even when it might bring breaking changes with it).

I will play with both to experience myself and maybe do some detailed comparisons, but I am interested in your experiences too.

Are you using the self-contained option? If, not...why? It looks very promising.
Is the difference in size really that big?
Have you noticed performance differences when using one or the other? And I don't mean the startup-time described in the "ReadyToStart" option, I mean while in the middle of the execution.

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