Microsoft has released a preview version of a next major .NET Framework release, which started with .NET 5.0 and the unification of the .NET 4.8 Framework with .NET Core 3.1. It enables developers to use a single framework and runtime with uniform behavior with support on multiple platforms. To work with the .NET 6.0 Preview, you will need to install the latest preview release of Visual Studio 202 ...[Read More]
The current version of SocketTools is 10.0.1282.1986 released on August 18, 2021. Technical support for version 9.5 ended on December 31, 2019. Earlier versions of SocketTools have reached their end of support. Upgrade pricing is available to developers who have purchased a SocketTools 9.5 or earlier license.
Microsoft has made the first build of Windows 11 available, and we have been evaluating it with SocketTools to check for any potential compatibility issues.
Microsoft has released the first preview build of Visual Studio 2022 and it is available for everyone to test. The most significant change is the switch to the IDE now being natively 64-bit, allowing extremely large solutions to be loaded.
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