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Frequently Asked Questions about Microsoft .NET - Part 3 of 3

Publish Date: Oct 11, 2011 | 24 Ratings | 1.88 out of 5 | Print

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Part 3 of 3 of answers to some of the most commonly asked questions about Microsoft .NET, National Instruments, and the the affect of .NET on measurement and automation industry.

1. Is Windows XP a part of Microsoft .NET?

Yes, Windows XP fits into the .NET platform under the Experiences and Clients components. One of the key features of Windows XP is the enhanced user experience that it offers. Windows XP provides many of these experiences because it can act as a .NET client.

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2. How can I learn more about .NET technology?


National Instruments is offering a hot technologies seminar available now. This seminar focuses on Windows XP and Microsoft .NET and how these technologies will affect our industry. It also highlights many National Instruments products available now for creating networked measurement and automation systems. Sign up for the seminar today!
Related Links:
Frequently Asked Questions about Microsoft .NET - Part 1 of 3
Frequently Asked Questions about Microsoft .NET - Part 2 of 3
Microsoft .NET web site

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