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It's actual quite easy. For example, if you create a Bitmap object, you're just creating a wrapper around an unmanaged GDI object with a handle associated with it. Failing to Dispose the Bitmap properly and letting the Bitmap go out of scope will allow the GC to collect the wrapper object, and call the Dispose method on it, but not in a deterministic manner, meaning you have no idea when the handle will be released. This can result in you piling up handles waiting to be released and exhausting the handle pool before the GC can get around to freeing the Bitmap objects.

The same goes for all GDI related objects, files, and anything else being backed by unmanaged Windows resources.

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