.NET 5.0

George King

Active Member
.NET 5.0
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Download
Code:
https://dotnet.microsoft.com/download/dotnet/5.0

Switches
Code:
/install - Perform install
/repair - Repair install
/uninstall - Perform uninstall
/quiet - Run hidden setup
/passive - Setup with progress bar
/norestart - Suppress reboot


Example
Code:
.NET5.exe /install /quiet /norestart
 

Clanger

Well-Known Member
George King im looking at your link with version 5.0.3, which windows package will we need because there are a few of them?
.NET Desktop Runtime 5.0.3 - Installers - x64 - x86 ? and can you confirm/deny that .net5 can be installed on win7 please.

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crypticus

Well-Known Member
.../*.exe /install /quiet /norestart

You can use this parameters for .Net Desktop Runtimes For All : v2 v3 v5 v6(Beta)
It will install without any progress bar fully silent and unattended
 

Clanger

Well-Known Member
nuhi on net 5, 5.0.4, when the installer finishes there is a note about .net telemetry on the final page. i didnt click the link because it was on my offline test pc but it sounds like telemetry that needs looking into.
 

garlin

Moderator
Staff member
nuhi on net 5, 5.0.4, when the installer finishes there is a note about .net telemetry on the final page. i didnt click the link because it was on my offline test pc but it sounds like telemetry that needs looking into.

There's no telemetry for run-time data collection. The SDK CLI does collect data, but that's for "building, testing and publishing apps", and it has an ENVIRONMENT opt-out. Your referenced link is the same as https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/dotnet/core/tools/telemetry

Summary of collected data -> .NET Core CLI Telemetry Data
 

garlin

Moderator
Staff member
Current roadmap is a new .NET release, by November of every year.
https://github.com/dotnet/core/blob/main/roadmap.md

MilestoneRelease Date
.NET Core 3.1.xLTS (Long Term Support) release. Approximately every 1-2 months or as needed.
.NET 5.0Current release. Approximately every 1-2 months or as needed.
.NET 6.0LTS (Long Term Support) release. Approximately every 1-2 months or as needed.
.NET 7.0Release scheduled for November 2022
.NET 8.0LTS (Long Term Support) release, scheduled for November 2023
 
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mTECHIE

New Member
Current roadmap is a new .NET release, by November of every year.
https://github.com/dotnet/core/blob/main/roadmap.md

MilestoneRelease Date
.NET Core 3.1.xLTS (Long Term Support) release. Approximately every 1-2 months or as needed.
.NET 5.0Current release. Approximately every 1-2 months or as needed.
.NET 6.0LTS (Long Term Support) release. Approximately every 1-2 months or as needed.
.NET 7.0Release scheduled for November 2022
.NET 8.0LTS (Long Term Support) release, scheduled for November 2023

Interesting...I didn't know Microsoft planned to release .NET update once or twice a year.
 

garlin

Moderator
Staff member
Major releases are once per year, but monthly patch updates -> 5.0.13, 6.0.1

We know some drivers or apps won't run under the latest CLR, and require an older release. It's reasonable to expect 3.5, 4.8, 5.0 and 6.0 on the same system for backwards compatibility.
 

mTECHIE

New Member
I wonder if Windows 11 has the updated .NET embedded in the image or still the same .NET 4.8 just like Windows 10.
 

garlin

Moderator
Staff member
There's a table of default .NET versions:

.NET Framework 4.8
Versions
CLR4
Windows✔️ 11
✔️ 10 May 2021 Update
✔️ 10 October 2020 Update
✔️ 10 May 2020 Update
✔️ 10 November 2019 Update
✔️ 10 May 2019 Update

.NET Framework 4.7.2
Versions
CLR4
Windows✔️ 10 October 2018 Update (Version 1809)
✔️ 10 April 2018 Update (Version 1803)

.NET 3.5 is optional FOD (Feature on Demand) on W10/W11 images.
5.0 & 6.0 are optional downloads, because they're relatively new (Nov 20 & Nov 21). Most .NET apps out there are written for 4.7/4.8
 
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