.NET 4.0 SDK?

Posted on 2011-10-08
Last Modified: 2012-05-12
Is there an SDK for .NET Framework 4.0?

The closest I can find is SDK for .NET Framework 2.0
Question by:deleyd
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    I don't have Windows 7. Will this still work on my Windows XP?
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    "I don't have Windows 7. Will this still work on my Windows XP?"

    Yes, it will, as long as you actually have XP SP3 installed, because that is a requirement.

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