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charlesn56

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I am running Windows XP and have .NET Framework versions 1.1, 2.0, 3.0 and 3.5 install. Should I removed all but the last version, or do they build on each other?


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Leave each version of Net Framework installed as they are. This is because different applications need a different version of it (that's why Net Framework versions install themselves to a separate folder instead of overwriting the previous version). If you were to keep only the latest version and removed the others, some of your applications which rely on a specific version of Net Framework may not work anymore.
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