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Microsoft's .NET Framework software library is commonly used by many software publishers, including Psychology Software Tools, Inc., to support their programs running under Windows. There are many versions of .NET Framework. In order to ensure that a user has the appropriate .NET Framework version installed on their system, most software applications' installation programs do one or more of the following:
- determine if the user's system already has the necessary version, since some version(s) of .NET Framework is(are) installed as part of the operating system
- include the necessary .NET Framework components as part of the software installation routine
- identify any missing .NET versions and direct the user to download them from Microsoft
.NET Framework 3.5 may be installed on demand by the application or through the Control Panel. Both options require an active internet connection.
Since several of PST's software products require .NET Framework 3.5, installation of these products requires an active internet connection. If an internet connection is not possible, then users should use their Windows installation CDs to get .NET Framework 3.5 to install.
The following link contain a download to .NET Framework 3.5: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=21