[LibX] .NET Framework : Separate Download Still Needed?
cvance at rowland.umsmed.edu
Tue Aug 18 09:14:26 PDT 2009
I couldn't get LibX to work until I downloaded .Net. Then it slowed my
computer down so much that I removed it. I don't want to encourage our
users to download .Net with those results. I'm not sure if I had to
load the entire thing or not for LibX.
>>> Godmar Back <godmar at gmail.com> 8/18/2009 10:33 AM >>>
I don't think it was rolled into a regular update from Microsoft - at
least it still showed up as an "optional update" in Windows update last
time I checked on a newly bought XP machine.
However, many machines will have it since it's required by many other
I may be wrong on this.
On Tue, Aug 18, 2009 at 10:45 AM, Best, Matthew <bestm at ecc.edu> wrote:
I*m getting ready to market my organization*s edition of LibX to our
users and I am working on help documentation. Is it still necessary to
instruct IE users to install Microsoft*s .NET Framework prior to
installing LibX? I would like to avoid mentioning the .NET Framework
installation as it may confuse some users or dissuade them from using
LibX. I*m hoping that .NET was rolled into Microsoft*s numerous Windows
updates. Any information or ideas on the topic?
Matthew M. Best
Erie Community College, North Campus
6205 Main Street
Williamsville, NY 14221
bestm at ecc.edu
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