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Microsoft .NET Framework Question


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LadyCore

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Hi All !!!
This is Not a Difficult Question...at least I dont think it is...lol. :)
Im Not Computer Savvy...Not Even in the Slightest Bit, so I just Like to Ask what I can before I do anything regarding the system & Windows....so ask away I am!!!

Im on an OLD Gateway computer running Windows XP Home SP3 & it has the Microsoft .NET Framework 1 with the 1.1 Hotfix & I was trying to install a Freeware program off C-Net today & it told me that I needed Microsoft .NET Framework 2
....so My Question is,
Can I Delete the .Microsoft .NET Framework 1 & the Hotifx & then Install Microsoft .NET Framework 2 ?? I Dont Want Both on Here unless ABSOLUTELY NEEDED because this Computer is again;...OLD & is Limited on Space & this Oldie has to stay running a bit longer,...so,....I like to do everything I can to keep it at its best......for what its best is.lol.
..........so I just want to know can I delete the one & then Install the newer one??

Any Help would be MOST Appreciated!!!

THANKS IN ADVANCE


Hugs Hugs:)

Corey..."LadyCore"

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.NET versions are independent, which means, they're not upgrades.
Different programs may need different .NET versions.
Basically, .NET may be even not needed by your computer, if you don't use any programs, which use .NET.
There is no danger in uninstalling any .NET version.
In most cases, if any program needs it, it'll ask you to install it.
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Hi Ya Broni.
THANKS Bunches for Responding.
I was Loosing hope on receiving one & you came thru for little ole me & Im very grateful!!
THANKS for the Useful Info.....Its Being Put to good Use!

Hugs Hugs :) :)

Corey

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You're very welcome :)
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