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Microsoft .NET Compact Framework Redistributable 3.5 for Windows

by Microsoft Corp.

Avg. Rating 3.7 (27 votes)

File Details

File Size 32.5 MB
License Freeware
Operating System Windows XP
Date Added
Total Downloads 15,013
Publisher Microsoft Corp.
Homepage Microsoft .NET Compact Framework Redistributable

Publisher's Description

Microsoft .NET Compact Framework Redistributable contains the common language runtime and class libraries built for the .NET Compact Framework. In addition to version 3.5 support, it also supports applications developed for version 1.0 and 2.0. The .NET Compact Framework 3.5 provides new features such as Windows Communication Foundation, LINQ, SoundPlayer, new runtime tool support, and many other features.

Important: To develop .NET Compact Framework applications, Microsoft Visual Studio 2008 is required.

This package uses ActiveSync 4.0 to update the device. Before running NETCFSetupv35.msi, connect your device to your PC. If your device is not connected, ActiveSync will store the CAB file and will not install the package until you connect. If you are not using ActiveSync, run the CAB files on the device that correspond to the deviceĆ¢??specific CAB files found in the install folder.

Latest Reviews

cricri_pingouin

cricri_pingouin reviewed v3.5 on Aug 25, 2008

Same as the person below. I attempted to install a dotNet application after installing that, only to be told that it, I quote, "cannot be installed on systems with .NET Framework version smaller than 2.0".
*EDIT* I tried to run 2 more small applications that I know need .Net 2.0, and both came up with the kind of error encountered when dotNet is not installed at all. So much for 2.0 backward compatibility! This is utter rubbish, and I tried to find a better word to describe it.

us3r

us3r reviewed v3.5 on Aug 20, 2008

"In addition to version 3.5 support, it also supports applications developed for version 1.0 and 2.0."

BS! You still need to install version 2.0 because apps claim that there is no .NET Framework 2.0 instaled with this version. What a garbage!

the artist

the artist reviewed v3.5 on Jan 7, 2008

It didn't refuse to install on my PC even if this seems to be oriented to other devices. The odd part is that it installed in a breeze opposed to the tipically everlasting installs of the Net Framework packages.

did it just leave the files sitting there uninstalled?

is this NOW intended for PCs TOO?

picsoetje

picsoetje reviewed v3.5 on Jan 7, 2008

@ ModderXManiac

It is MS
It is NOT M$

avdven

avdven reviewed v2.0 SP1 Beta on Apr 26, 2006

ModderXManiac: You running Paint.NET on a handheld device? Otherwise this won't affect Paint.NET. This is different from .NET Framework 2.0. This is for mobile devices.

ModderXManiac

ModderXManiac reviewed v2.0 SP1 Beta on Apr 26, 2006

Can M$ EVER post changes to smaller apps or OS extensions such as this?

Seems a bit slow, and caused a few bugs with Paint.Net

Avg. Rating 3.7 (27 votes)
Your Rating
cricri_pingouin

cricri_pingouin reviewed v3.5 on Aug 25, 2008

Same as the person below. I attempted to install a dotNet application after installing that, only to be told that it, I quote, "cannot be installed on systems with .NET Framework version smaller than 2.0".
*EDIT* I tried to run 2 more small applications that I know need .Net 2.0, and both came up with the kind of error encountered when dotNet is not installed at all. So much for 2.0 backward compatibility! This is utter rubbish, and I tried to find a better word to describe it.

us3r

us3r reviewed v3.5 on Aug 20, 2008

"In addition to version 3.5 support, it also supports applications developed for version 1.0 and 2.0."

BS! You still need to install version 2.0 because apps claim that there is no .NET Framework 2.0 instaled with this version. What a garbage!

the artist

the artist reviewed v3.5 on Jan 7, 2008

It didn't refuse to install on my PC even if this seems to be oriented to other devices. The odd part is that it installed in a breeze opposed to the tipically everlasting installs of the Net Framework packages.

did it just leave the files sitting there uninstalled?

is this NOW intended for PCs TOO?

picsoetje

picsoetje reviewed v3.5 on Jan 7, 2008

@ ModderXManiac

It is MS
It is NOT M$

avdven

avdven reviewed v2.0 SP1 Beta on Apr 26, 2006

ModderXManiac: You running Paint.NET on a handheld device? Otherwise this won't affect Paint.NET. This is different from .NET Framework 2.0. This is for mobile devices.

ModderXManiac

ModderXManiac reviewed v2.0 SP1 Beta on Apr 26, 2006

Can M$ EVER post changes to smaller apps or OS extensions such as this?

Seems a bit slow, and caused a few bugs with Paint.Net

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