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.NET Framework 4.5.2 released by Microsoft

Microsoft has released .NET Framework 4.5.2 before some time see the announcement from It’s .NET Framework team blog. It’s a compatible, in-place update for Microsoft.NET Framework 4.0,4.5 and 4.5.1.  This framework also run side by side with earlier version of .NET framework.

From where I can download .NET Framework 4.5.2?

Following are link from where you can download .NET framework 4.5.2.

.NET framework web installer- Internet required at the time installation. It will download required file runtime.A Boots trapper that pulls in components based on the target OS/platform specs on which the .NET Framework is being deployed.

.NET Framework Offline Installer- A complete offline installer contains all the files and deployment needed. No need to have internet connection at the time of installation.

.NET Framework Language pack: A language specific support

.NET Framework Developer Pack: This will install .NET Framework multi targeting pack for building apps targeting .NET Framework 4.5.2. Use full for build machine and Continuous Integration where it needed both multi targeting pack and run time.

What’s new in .NET Framework 4.5.2:

There are few enhancement bundled with newer version of framework.
  • In ASP.NET You will get new HostingEnvironment.QueueBackgroundWorkItem method which enable you schedule a small background work items. ASP.NET Tracks that items and does not allow IIS to terminate worker process until all work items are completed.
  • New HttpResponse.AddOnSendingHeaders and HttpResponseBase.AddOnSendingHeaders methods are more reliable and efficient than HttpApplication.PreSendRequestContent and HttpApplication.PreSendRequestHeaders.
  • High DPI improvements for Windows Forms controls like DataGridView, ComboBox, ToolStripComboBox, ToolStripMenuItem and Curor.
  • Distributed Transaction Enhancement
  • More robust profiling with new profiling APIs.
  • Improved Activity support in Runtime and Framework.
  • Performance enhancement for existing .NET Framework 4.5 and 4.5.1
You can find all this things in details from the following links..

That’s it. Stay tuned fore more!!


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