Which of the following are valid reasons to create an application domain?

Which of the following are valid reasons to create an application domain?
A. It is the only way to start a separate process.
B. You can remove the application domain to free up resources.
C. Application domains improve performance.
D. Application domains provide a layer of separation and security.

You can call AppDomain.Unload to close the application domain and free up resources. Application domains provide a layer of separation. Additionally, you can limit the application domain’s privileges, reducing the risk of a security vulnerability being exploited in an assembly.

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