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Without actually testing it it difficult to be certain - and you could check with the Stopwatch class by handing the Paint event - but my gut feeling is that the solid background colour will be faster and more ram efficient. It's pretty certain to be more ram efficient because it doesn't need to store the colour bitmaps, and a quick look at the reference source says that Graphics.Clear just calls the native clear method SafeNativeMethods.Gdip.GdipGraphicsClear - it doesn't have to faff about with looking to see if any scaling is needed and so forth which the DrawImage version does. And since it is called for every control in Windows every time it's painted, I'd imagine even Microsoft will have put good effort into ensuring it's as fast as possible! Laugh | :laugh:
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