There are several possible reasons for this.
Invoking Abort on a suspended thread will have no effect until the thread is resumed. Once it is resumed, then the Abort will be carried out.
Also, when closing your application, you can make sure that the secondary threads are terminated by calling Join (myWorkerThread.Join) immediately after invoking Abort on the thread. For instance, this would be necessary if the thread is in the middle of an intensive operation, or even if it is simply sleeping.Permalink