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vs2010 and dotnet 4.0 on msdn

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gosh    1

Currently msdn isnt working so i cant download. Looks like the ultimate is the best version to get

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CoffeeFiend    0

Looks like the ultimate is the best version to get

That might be why it costs $11,899 ;) Although the $549 Pro upgrade is sufficient for most people.

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Sp0iLedBrAt    0

Is it difficult to find, or it will be a while before a redistributable package for .NET Framework 4.0 is released?

Edit: Thanks CoffeeFiend, I guess I didn't look where I was supposed to

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CoffeeFiend    0

Is it difficult to find, or it will be a while before a redistributable package for .NET Framework 4.0 is released?

It's already released.

There's the "client" installer (for your typical user) and the "full" installer (mainly for developers although I would expect most to already have it from installing some flavor of Visual Studio). There is also a new VC++ 2010 redist here.

For devs, there's also the free express editions as well as a launch kit available (besides the usual and fairly extensive "training" stuff)

Now if Adobe made the CS5 trial available today I'd be really happy. I dunno what's with the having a launch event but no deliverable product idea they had... "This is all really exciting with all the latest [amazing] features. Now patiently wait until mid-May to actually use it!".

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