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VersionStatusVisual Studio 2017 SDK Visual Studio 2019 SDK Runtime Release notes
.NET 6.0 Preview N/A x64 SDK x86 SDK
(v6.0.100-preview.3)
x64 Runtime x86 Runtime
(v6.0.0-preview.3)
Release notes
.NET 5.0 Current N/A x64 SDK x86 SDK
(v5.0.202)
x64 Runtime x86 Runtime
(v5.0.5)
Release notes
.NET Core 3.1 LTS N/A x64 SDK x86 SDK
(v3.1.408)
x64 Runtime x86 Runtime
(v3.1.14)
Release notes
.NET Core 3.0 End of life N/A x64 SDK x86 SDK
(v3.0.103)
x64 Runtime x86 Runtime
(v3.0.3)
Release notes
.NET Core 2.2 End of life x64 SDK x86 SDK
(v2.2.110)
x64 SDK x86 SDK
(v2.2.207)
x64 Runtime x86 Runtime
(v2.2.8)
Release notes
.NET Core 2.1 LTS x64 SDK x86 SDK
(v2.1.523)
x64 SDK x86 SDK
(v2.1.815)
x64 Runtime x86 Runtime
(v2.1.27)
Release notes
.NET Core 2.0 End of life x64 SDK x86 SDK
(v2.1.202)
x64 SDK x86 SDK
(v2.1.202)
x64 Runtime x86 Runtime
(v2.0.9)
Release notes
.NET Core 1.1 End of life x64 SDK x86 SDK
(v1.1.14)
x64 SDK x86 SDK
(v1.1.14)
x64 Runtime x86 Runtime
(v1.1.13)
Release notes
.NET Core 1.0 End of life x64 SDK x86 SDK
(v1.1.14)
x64 SDK x86 SDK
(v1.1.14)
x64 Runtime x86 Runtime
(v1.0.16)
Release notes

.NET Standard

.NET Standard is a formal specification of .NET APIs that are intended to be available on all .NET implementations. To target .NET Standard in your projects, install one of the SDKs from the .NET Core table. For more information, see the .NET Standard article.

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.NET Framework

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.NET Framework is a Windows-only version of .NET for building any type of app that runs on Windows.

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Services

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Microsoft AzureAzure SDK for .NET
Included in Visual Studio 2017
Developer Documentation
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Devices

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XamarinXamarin Tools for iOS and Android
Included in Visual Studio 2017
Developer Documentation

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Game Development

PlatformToolsDocumentation
UnityVisual Studio 2015 Tools for Unity
Included in Visual Studio 2017
Developer Documentation

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