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For customers that already have the .NET Framework 2.0 installed, this .NET Framework 3.0 redistributable package installs only the new Windows Vista components. This ensures that any .NET Framework 2.0-based applications work seamlessly when the .NET Framework 3.0 is installed, with no application migration or updates of any kind required.
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get rid of 3.0. almost no applications use it(none to my knowledge) and it's bloated with some nasty stuff. i actually uninstalled it and it left me a lot of useless stuff such as a virtual printer that makes XPS files(which when i try to use asks me to install 3.0). completely useless.

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get rid of 3.0. almost no applications use it(none to my knowledge) and it's bloated with some nasty stuff. i actually uninstalled it and it left me a lot of useless stuff such as a virtual printer that makes XPS files(which when i try to use asks me to install 3.0). completely useless.

I had 3.0, but now I have uninstalled it. I had no application that really used it, and seemed install lots of useless stuff, you're right, it seemed bloated. :cake:

Thanks for the tips. :cry:

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