How to find .NET version running on my computer?
You can find the .NET version running on your computer by either of the following ways.
Run appwiz.cpl. This shows the list of all the programs installed on your computer.
Check for the entries starting with ‘Microsoft .NET Framework’. You may find multiple entries of .NET Framework like below. The higher version of the .NET package you have is the version running on your computer. In the below case it’s .NET Framework 4.
Find .NET Framework version from Windows command prompt
You can find .NET version running on your computer by running a simple command shown below.
dir /b %windir%\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v*
Running the above command will print .NET versions like below. The highest version is the one running on your computer.
C:\> dir /b %windir%\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v*