I think latest is .NET 4.0?
MS is not champion in backwards compatibility..
http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_8-windows_install/matlab-installation-stuck-on-windows-8-pro-64-bit/20d19cd8-a2b3-461a-8006-dfbf12408817yeah, .net 3.5 is needed. It made me couldn't install VS2008, and Matalb. Google for a while and couldn't find any solution
Ok I like VS2012,VS2008 is ancient. As is VS2005. And SQL 2008.
VS2015 Community is free.
I see. In a production environment (your situation?) one is constrained.Ok I like VS2012,
But if you can explain how to develop applications for Win Mobile 6.x i will forget VS2008.
If not, I need to install it.
A lot of big manufacturers of mobile terminals use WinMobile 6 operating system.
I suppose that companies like Intermec, Pidgeon etc. are wrong, but I'm not so big of imposing a new operating system in their production.
With the arrive of Win7 I needed to create a machine with VMware XP to give technical support of VB6 programs, but I then solved by rewriting millions of code lines. In this case .........
maybe I should write a new operating system and sell it instead of Windows Mobile ???
Intermec said that Windows Mobile 6.5 is still in production, but can only develop up to VS2008, so .....
Whereas the WinMobile emulator is very slow, work on a virtual machine is almost unthinkable.
W8 is currently on a separate HD (was an upgrade from W7),I see. In a production environment (your situation?) one is constrained.
I use Windows 7; I will hate to have to move to a new version.W8 is currently on a separate HD (was an upgrade from W7),
Iwill change the boot sequence to return to the well-functioning W7
and forget W8 until the feature WinMobile will be available (VS2099?)
It 'still incredible that it can't use a software that I paid dearly,
on an operating system which is also bought at a high price.