Microsoft .net framework 4 client profile question

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  1. wutsup

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    hey wilders,

    just recently i installed this update because windows update said it was recommended. so i installed the microsoft net framework 4 client profile update but now i notice a process called mscorsvw.exe process which was not there before this update. should i uninstalled this update or just leave it?

    and what exactly is netframework 4 client profile for?

    thx in advance
    -wutsup
     
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    anyone? im jst wondering if i should uninstall this update or just leave it.

    does everyone else here have this installed in programs and features of control panel?
     
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    yea it installed with windows updates. i didnt use my computer for about 3 months so i was just updating it.

    is that picture from your computer?
     
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    Yes it is.

    Give your computer a few days and see if the process is still running.
     
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    Yes I do.
     
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    I agree. Normally it's suppose to do it's thing then terminate the process and will not re-appear until the next Dot Net update. After a few days and with running the command from the site below, I terminated it and set it to manual. After a few days, I switched it back to Auto.

    http://blogs.msdn.com/b/davidnotario/archive/2005/04/27/412838.aspx
     
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    hey ronjor, i see that your's is only 38.8mb, how come mine is 189mb??
     
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    It's only one of three .net4 programs which probably adds up to the same amount.
     
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    oh so the 64 bit one that came with windows update is larger?
     
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