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Software Version explained

Ever wonder what software version numbers such as 1.1.1 mean? The first number in the series represents the ‘major’ release number. The second represents a minor release – one that usually includes some added features. The third typically represents a ‘patch release’, or one that fixes some bugs discovered after the product was released.

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  1. arnuld
    November 12, 2007 at 9:58 pm

    thanks, I always wondered about those 2nd and 3rd numbers. Now it is clear 🙂

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