[LibX] .NET Framework : Separate Download Still Needed?
godmar at gmail.com
Tue Aug 18 17:27:44 PDT 2009
Just by installing it, .Net should not slow down the computer. However,
there will be a noticable delay when the runtime components of the framework
are loaded for the first time, which happens, for instance, when you open
the first IE window.
.Net also uses more resources, which will limit how many applications you
can run; this should however only be an issue on computers more than 3-4
On Tue, Aug 18, 2009 at 12:14 PM, Candace Vance
<cvance at rowland.umsmed.edu>wrote:
> 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 apps.
> I may be wrong on this.
> - Godmar
> 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*
>> *Cataloging Librarian**
>> **Office: D115B**
>> **Erie Community College, North Campus**
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>> *bestm at ecc.edu*
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