Microsoft .NET Framework redistributable package installs the .NET Framework runtime and associated files required to run applications developed to target the .NET Framework.
- ASP.NET Dynamic Data, which provides a rich scaffolding framework that enables rapid data driven development without writing code, and a new addition to ASP.NET AJAX that provides support for managing browser history (back button support)
- Core improvements to the CLR (common language runtime) that include better layout of .NET Framework native images, opting out of strong-name verification for fully trusted assemblies, improved application startup performance, better generated code that im
- Performance improvements to WPF (Windows Presentation Foundation), including a faster startup time and improved performance for Bitmap effects
- ClickOnce application publishers can decide to opt out of signing and hashing as appropriate for their scenarios, developers can programmatically install ClickOnce applications that display a customized branding, and ClickOnce error dialog boxes support l
- The Entity Framework is an evolution of the existing suite of ADO.NET data access technologies
- LINQ to SQL includes new support for the new date and file stream capabilities in SQL Server 2008
- The ADO.NET Data Services Framework consists of a combination of patterns and libraries, which enable data to be exposed as a flexible REST (Representational State Transfer)-based data service that can be consumed by Web clients in a corporate network or
- Windows Communication Foundation now makes the DataContract Serializer easier to use by providing improved interoperability support, enhancing the debugging experience in partial trust scenarios, and extending syndication protocol support for wider usage
- The .NET Framework Data Provider for SQL Server (SqlClient) adds new support for file stream and sparse column capabilities in SQL Server 2008
Reviewing 3.5 Service Pack 1 (Dec 1, 2013)
Reviewing 3.5 Service Pack 1 (Oct 9, 2009)
ron_marz, this installer does contain 2.0 SP2 through to 3.5 SP1 inclusive. Although DotNet 1.1 is separate and so will 4.0 be when it's released.
TGB72, I've used the full installer perfectly fine on computers with no internet connection (it does attempt to check for updates but doesn't throw an error due to no internet connection). My guess is that you had the DotNet 3.5 installer and when it checked for updates it will have downloaded the SP1 bits.
I do agree that on older computers WPF applications are slow (WinForm apps still seem ok to me), but on newer computers I wouldn't have thought WPF applications were that slow although could still do with some improvement.
Reviewing 3.5 Service Pack 1 (Jan 22, 2009)
When will they ever release a build containing version 1 through 3.5 inclusive, so we don't have to install every version sequentially to get to the latest one?
Reviewing 3.5 Service Pack 1 (Dec 8, 2008)
The installation is a nightmare.
The full redistributable package is around 197MB and it requires to download another 67MB, so it's not so full and can't be installed in PC without connection.
All the apps that work with .NET run SLOWWWW.
M$ it have no shame at all launching this crap.
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