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NET.Framework----> Pro's + Con's

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I always install it, just so I can use nHancer the nvidia profile editor. Now that I think about it, that is the only thing that I use it for ( I think ). There must be a way to save the couple of profiles I edit for later use without using nHancer again.

On a side note: Do y'all install java? what for?

 

Again, I only seem to use this for 1 thing: azurues bit torrent client, which I could quite easily swap for utorrent and not have to install java. ( I think lol )

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The only time I used .net framework 2.0 is for nlite. I prefer uTorrent to Azureus anyway. Java? I can't even remember the last time I had to install that.

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The only time I used .net framework 2.0 is for nlite. I prefer uTorrent to Azureus anyway. Java? I can't even remember the last time I had to install that.

 

Cool, I'm not gonna install either next system wipe.

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I install Java every time because I use it at work, and sometimes I tinker around with work stuff at home. I use it mainly for running Eclipse to write Java code (and the JDBC stuff that goes along with it).

 

I install .NET every time as well. The time is coming when I'll need that for work as well.

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Will upgrading to .net 2.0 make any performance differences with video cards and applications that use the runtime code. I'm still on 1.1 ver. and wondering if I should upgrade to 2.0 for 64bit xp pro.

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