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I was checking Windows updates on Microsoft website and there was an update for "Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 Service Pack 1 and .NET Framework 3.5 Family Update (KB951847) x86".

I checked the version of .Net Framework I have and I found several previous versions including version 3.5 listed above and versions 2 and 3 with different service packs and language packs (you can see them in the attached file).

Should I uninstall the older versions before installing this update? Do I need this update or do I already have it?

Thank you for your time.

Roula,
http://www.e-roula.com

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(you can see them in the attached file)

Sorry it seems the file didn't get attached, it only had the versions installed...

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Should I uninstall the older versions before installing this update?

You need not uninstall anything to install the latest update...It will automatically detect and replace

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OK let me rephrase my question. I know it won't do any harm to keep them, and it's not replacing them with new installs because I can see all the previous versions in the add/remove programs from the control panel. I would like to know if it would do any harm if I remove the old versions because I like to keep my laptop clean, are the previous versions needed for the new one to be installed?

It's probably a silly question I mean it's not that important but I was just wondering if anyone has a previous experience with that.

Thanks.

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