What is .Net Framework?
.Net Framework is a software development platform developed by Microsoft for building and running Windows applications. The .Net framework consists of developer tools, programming languages, and libraries to build desktop and web applications. It is also used to build websites, web services, and games.
The .Net framework was meant to create applications, which would run on the Windows Platform. The first version of the .Net framework was released in the year 2002. The version was called .Net framework 1.0. The Microsoft .Net framework has come a long way since then, and the current version is .Net Framework 4.7.2.