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Microsoft .NET Framework 4.8.1 Build 9037

Microsoft .NET Framework 4.8 is a runtime execution climate that oversees applications designated as the .NET Framework.

It comprises the normal language runtime, which gives memory to the board and other framework administrations.

Likewise, a broad class library, empowers software engineers to exploit vigorous, dependable code for all significant areas of application advancement.

This redistributable bundle introduces the .NET Framework runtime and related records expected to run applications created to focus on the .NET Framework.

The Microsoft .NET Framework 4.8 is an exceptionally viable, set-up update to the Microsoft .NET Framework 4, 4.5, 4.5.1, 4.5.2, 4.6, 4.6.1, 4.6.2, 4.7, 4.7.1 and 4.7.2. The disconnected bundle can be utilized in circumstances where the web installer can't be utilized because of the absence of a web network.

The .NET Framework is an overseen execution climate that gives different administrations to its running applications. It comprises two significant parts: the normal language runtime (CLR), which is the execution motor that handles running applications. Furthermore, the .NET Framework Class Library, which gives a library of tried, reusable code that designers can call from their own applications.

Microsoft .NET Framework provides services:
  • Memory management. In many programming languages, programmers are responsible for allocating and releasing memory and for handling object lifetimes. In .NET Framework applications, the CLR provides these services on behalf of the application.
  • A common type system. In traditional programming languages, basic types are defined by the compiler, which complicates cross-language interoperability. In the .NET Framework, basic types are defined by the type system and are common to all languages that target the .NET Framework.
  • An extensive class library. Instead of having to write vast amounts of code to handle common low-level programming operations, programmers can use a readily accessible library of types and their members from the .NET Framework Class Library.
  • Development frameworks and technologies. The .NET Framework includes libraries for specific areas of application development. ASP.NET for web applications. ADO.NET for data access. Windows Communication Foundation for service-oriented applications.
  • Language interoperability. With this feature, routines written in one language are accessible to other languages. And programmers can focus on creating applications in their preferred language or languages.
  • Version compatibility. With rare exceptions, applications that are developed by using a particular version of the .NET Framework can run without modification on a later version.
  • Side-by-side execution. The .NET Framework helps resolve version conflicts by allowing multiple versions of the common language runtime to exist on the same PC.
  • Multitargeting. By targeting the .NET Framework Portable Class Library, developers can create assemblies that work on multiple .NET Framework platforms.

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