Upgrading .NET framework

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Currently were on framework 1.0. Are the improvements with the 1.1 framework worth going to now or is it better to wait for framework 2.0 (Whidbey). Can someone summarize improvements between 1.0 & 1.1 & 2.0. I would hate to do a 1.1 upgrade and 6-8 months from now do a 2.0 upgrade. Regression testing for each framework upgrade is expensive for us, so the basic question is there enough value in 1.1 or wait to 2.0? Does everyone believe 2.0 is 6-8 months out?

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Yes you are right my friend. You’ll benefit if you move from 1.0 to 2.0 instead through 1.1 Please check longhorn.msdn.microsoft.com for more information in framework 2.0. The architecture is more advanced and you may capitalise more and use most of the hardware resources you have efficiently that what you can do through 1.0 or 1.1 In fact you can see how the GDI and WinFS which changes the architecture of windows forms which hardly changed since the evolving of windows since Win3.0 The new windows forms are incorporated with directX and though… you are using more capabilities of your graphics card etc.
Good luck
Raja Venkatesh

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