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Psychotic1

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There are now three versions of net framework. I wish to install version 3.0 and I am wondering if I will still need to keep the two previous version on my computer.
Someone told me that I needed to keep the older installs and they used this sight as the reference, but I haven't been able to find the info. I was also told by others that it would do no harm to get rid of the older versions, so who is right?
Thanks for the help.
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Some programs require the different versions of .NET Framework to be installed on the PC. No harm in leaving them as is.
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I guess that I'll leave things alone.
Good luck on the stop smoking deal.
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