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Hello Imar,
I am planing to switch for VS2010, but please tell me what is difference between RTM, RC and beta versions.
Also I wanna know that what run time Asp.Net 4.0 uses? 2.0 or 3.5??
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Google is your friend, did you kniow that?

Betas are preview versions of software, often unstable and not feature complete. RCs are Release Candidates and are pretty much final versions of sofftware released to the public to catch any final glitches. RTM means Release to Manufacturer - the final version of a software product.

Now that VS 2010 RTM is out, you don't need to worry about RCs and betas anymore.

.NET 4 comes with a new runtime: .NET 4.

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Thank you Imar,
It means if we are building applications based on 4.0 then it should be installed on server. As it was not case with Asp.Net 3.5, because it had runtime 2.0 so it was working fine even on Asp.Net 2.0. Right???

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As it was not case with Asp.Net 3.5, because it had runtime 2.0 so it was working fine even on Asp.Net 2.0. Right???
Nope, not right.
Although it was using the same run-time, you still had to install .NET 3.5 on the target server as that installs the additional assemblies that .NET 3.5 relies on.

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Although it was using the same run-time, you still had to install .NET 3.5 on the target server as that installs the additional assemblies that .NET 3.5 relies on.
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