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We show you how to check your .NET Framework version using a variety of tools, including Command Prompt, PowerShell, and the Registry Editor.
Microsoft has updated .NET Framework Repair Tool to version 1.4, bringing support for more .NET Framework builds.
Following the release of .NET Core 3, Microsoft will launch .NET 5, which will combine Core with the .NET Framework solution for a single platform.
Microsoft has changed the way it updates .NET Framework. The service will now receive monthly cumulative updates starting with Windows 10 October 2018 Update.
.NET Framework 4.7.1 is launching in line with Windows 10 Fall Creators Update, but is compatible with older Windows versions.
The latest firmware update for .NET Framework shores up security, including solving a code execution vulnerability that would leave systems open to attack.
Among the new features in .NET Framework are additions to ASP.NET, Windows Communication Foundation, Windows Forms, and Core.
With its security changes for .NET Framework in April, Microsoft has solved an issue that may have left users’ systems vulnerable to attack.
The latest version of the software framework is included in the Windows 10 Creators Update and brings a big set of improvements, including support for targeting the .NET Framework 4.7 in Visual Studio 2017 and a new .NET API browser.
The Garbage Collector in .NET Framework 4.6.2 now free up more space and now deals with objects more efficiently. Microsoft says these benefits should push users to upgrade to the latest build.
.NET Framework will now receive updates in a single, monthly rollout, as well as a separate security-only update that will be available via ESUS and SCCM.
The latest update of .NET Framework to build 4.6.2 brings changes to MAXPATH file name lengths and support for Persisted-Key Symmetric Encryption. Xamarin has also announced that it is implementing .NET Standard Libraries to its apps.
Microsoft is continuing to embrace the open source community and has announced Windows UX frameworks available on GitHub.
The popular Infer.NET model-based machine learning framework is now available to everyone through a GitHub project.
Microsoft has updated .NET Core to 2.2 Preview 2, while Entity Framework has gained much-anticipated support for Azure Cosmos DB
ML.NET looks to bring machine learning to developers with no prior experience, supporting scenarios like categorization and regression. The open-source framework also plans to support TensorFlow, CNTK, and more.
.NET 5 ushered in a new era for the .NET experience. Microsoft is now launching .NET 6 Preview 1 as a second generation of that reimagining.
Windows ARM64 developers can now access Windows Forms from the latest .NET 5 Preview 6 update that arrived this week.
Microsoft last week announced the full release of Blazor WebAssembly, which is billed as a replacement for Silverlight.
At Build 2020, Microsoft discussed a new version of C# and the wide release of its Blazor WebAssembly framework.