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1. you can pause a thread using Thread.Sleep
2. you should not perform blocking operations (such as Thread.Sleep) on the main thread
3. most often a timer is the right way for controlling progress
4. use the timer that fits your needs, there are several types. For simple periodic jobs in a WinForms environment, most often a System.Windows.Forms.Timer is the right one as it ticks on the main thread.
5. always prefer an event-driven approach over a polling approach
6. if you must poll, and a timer-based approach doesn't fit, consider using a BackgroundWorker instead (probably with Thread.Sleep now)
7. for file creation/deletion, the FileSystemWatcher class provides some useful events; warning: they signal the start of an action, not the termination of an action.
8. when "things get complicated while adding features", you probably failed to properly apply an object-oriented approach
9. it isn't adding features that causes complexity, it is brain twisting the wrong way.
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