Dotnetfx40 Full !NEW! X86 X32 Exe Windows 7
hi am princebill i have windows 8 enterprises i have downloaded .net framework 3.5 full installer 231mb but if try to run it the this box comes up saying windows need to install some feature if i click the button download and install it will start downloading but stops at midway point and says windows feature could not be installed and i hace lost the iso image
Dotnetfx40 Full X86 X32 Exe Windows 7
Hey,i have a .NET framework v3.5 installed in m windows 7 32 bit. I have an application which need v4.0. i downloaded the v4.0 from the official microsoft website an ran it. It installed correctly but when i open the *Turn windows features on/off* it still shows v3.5 while the *uninstall a program* shows v4.0. My application is not running and is still showing the error that you need .NET framework v4.0. I am helpless. What do i do ?? please help ASAP. :'(
Hi, Thanks for sharing the farmeworks. I have a serious question here. Actually i have a windows application current version is .net2.0 and I plan to migrate the app into .net 4.5 but here is a catch under my solution folder i have several modules out of that one is compatable with XP os since the 3rd party components are not supportive with win7 and later. Now suggest me on the below questions.1. If i build the code in the 4.5 framework is it backward compactable with the .net 3.5 which is already been installed in my XP OS?2. else, If i build the code in 4.0 framework is it compactable with the .net 3.5 which is already been installed in my XP OS?3. Since my solution having a sharing BL and DA layers for different modules i dont know how to handle this situatuion?Please expecting a fast respone. Many Thanks in advance.
i am going to install ansys 13 software in windows 8. i am getting problem that it asks microsoft net framework 3.5 sp1 patch,microsoft net framework 3.0 sp2 patch,microsoft net framework 2.0 sp2 patch. what shoud i do? plz help me.
Some applications perform time-sensitive operations throughout the day, during which interruptions from long full blocking garbage collection could be disruptive. For example, applications that need quick response times because of financial market data changes during trading hours. If an application has a large managed heap in this environment, it could become unresponsive for long periods of time if full blocking garbage collection occurs.To resolve this issue, a new setting called SustainedLowLatency is added to GCLatencyMode. This new setting minimizes the situations in which a full blocking garbage collection can occur. However, full blocking garbage collection may still occur in other situations, such as low memory or if garbage collection is deliberately induced.Note The SustainedLowLatency setting is applicable only when concurrent garbage collection is enabled. If concurrent garbage collection is not enabled, SustainedLowLatency does not affect garbage collection behavior.For more information about Latency Modes, visit the following Microsoft website:General information about Latency Modes
Workflows that use Windows Workflow Foundation 4 (WF4) can run only in fully trusted application domains. This update enables WF to run in partially trusted environments. The scope of the change is enabling the core workflow runtime (execution model, activity and data model, tracking, and serialization) to run in partial trust. To enable this change, some WF assemblies are made conditional AllowPartiallyTrustedCallersAttribute (APTCA).Note SqlWorkflowInstanceStore and Visual Basic expression are not supported by this change. Therefore, they are not available in partial trust.