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- Microsoft released a new version of the NET Framework. It's version v4.8.

https://devblogs.microsoft.com/dotnet/announcing-the-net-framework-4-8/

 The article above is dated april 18, 2019.

- Time for a new version of SPECCY ?????

- Download webpage for all (available) NET software (from v3.5 SP1 up to v4.8):

https://dotnet.microsoft.com/download/dotnet-framework

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I wish they'd do clean installs only, i.e.; completely remove the old and install the new with full backwards compatibility because just the updates alone have corrupted it umpteen times on older Windows systems for me. I'll pass on manually downloading and installing it, and just wait to see if Automatic Updates forces it upon me at some point.

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good wish :-)

 

i mean ms has another wishes with his versions of netframework...

 

from the beginning with 1 and 1.1 and 2 - two is not compatible with one and so on (i remember me darkly that are two different developer)

also the different versions of the 2 dont be good

 

and the installation progress was long sometimes also bad and the whole net-installation was for the toilet :-)

 

i have 4.8 not installed.

i take only what this or one needed to be run - this also saves me a lot of updates

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On 23/06/2019 at 12:36, Willy2 said:

- Time for a new version of SPECCY ?????

Ahem ... yes. Of the products overdue for some love (last updated in 2018) we've done a Mac update recently (with another planned in the next few months) with Defraggler, Recuva and Speccy planned for later this year ... and a new Speccy server hopefully sooner rather than later.

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- Piriform could choose to update SPECCY right away for this new .NET version only. And could wait with other less urgent SPECCY improvements / updates at a more appropriate time, at a later date.

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On 24/06/2019 at 15:14, Dave CCleaner said:

Ahem ... yes. Of the products overdue for some love (last updated in 2018) we've done a Mac update recently (with another planned in the next few months) with Defraggler, Recuva and Speccy planned for later this year ... and a new Speccy server hopefully sooner rather than later.

Note that the shiny new Speccy server is now finally up and running as of this afternoon. Uploading and retrieval of specs should now be considerably more reliable.  Timing for an update to the Speccy software itself still to be announced.

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Was just wondering when we would be using a different version of speccy as the exciting new latest version will be 12 months old on my computer in december

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- MS issued a new version of the off-line installation file for this .NET v4.8 version. The previous version seems to have been "a bit buggy" and caused confusion for Windows Update. For more info:

https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/4503548/microsoft-net-framework-4-8-offline-installer-for-windows

Those folks who have a non-english version of Windows also must download an additional "language pack".

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On ‎11‎/‎07‎/‎2019 at 20:28, Dave CCleaner said:

Note that the shiny new Speccy server is now finally up and running as of this afternoon. Uploading and retrieval of specs should now be considerably more reliable.  Timing for an update to the Speccy software itself still to be announced.

 

- I still think that a SPECCY weblink should contain a date (e.g. month & year) as well. That would allow all weblinks / Speccy specifications older than say 5 years (or any other amount of years) to be automatically removed. This is based on the assumption that users buy a new computer system or modify / upgrade their system every now and then. That would make that older Speccy data useless.

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