In Windows 11 operating system we find many components already established by default so that when using both the system and its tools we have the best options for precise work, one of these is the .NET Framework. .NET Framework is developed by Microsoft and integrates a group of variables oriented to networks and the internet, these work independently of the hardware platform used.
In Windows 11, .Net Framework 3.5 and 4.8 is active for various local tasks, some of the features of .Net Framework are:
- Allows the creation of a development environment through software
- Integrate advanced security into applications
- Reduce external or internal vulnerabilities
.Net Framework has different versions and that is why, as users, the moment may come when we want to know the installed version of this add-on, we will explain how to know this version.
3 Ways to Check .NET Framework Version on Windows 11
1. From File Explorer
- It is one of the simplest ways, to do this, open the File Explorer and go to the path “C: \ Windows \ Microsoft.NET”
- Open the Framework or Framework64 folder to see the version installed in Windows 11
2. From CMD
- The CMD console is another of the options available for this, in this case, open CMD as administrator.
- Run “dir% WINDIR% \ Microsoft.Net \ Framework \ v * / O: -N / B” to list the versions of .Net Framework on the system.
3. From Registry Editor
- This is another of the ways available for this information, open the Registry Editor from Start.
- Go to the route:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE – SOFTWARE – Microsoft – NET Framework Setup – NDP – v4 – Full
- In the “Release” value you will see the version of .Net Framework used.
- We can see at the end of the value that a code is found.
This is the way to know in detail what version of the .Net Framework we are using in the Windows 11 operating system.