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What do you need.
A pc with a sound cart and windows on it.
A folder where you store your music tracks, supported are:
.mp3; .ogg; .wav; .mp2; .mp1; .aiff; .m2a; .mpa; .m1a; .mpg; .mpeg; .mp3pro; .bwf; .mus; .wma; .wmv; .aac; .adts; .mp4; .m4a; .m4b; .mod; .mo3; .s3m; .xm; .it; .mtm; .umx; .mdz; .s3z; .itz; .xmz; .flac; .midi; .rmi; .kar; .opus; .wv; .mov; .ape; .apl; .mpc; .mpp; .mp+; .spx and .tta.
A database server like MySQL or the Mariadb ( I prefer MariaDB ).
The .NET installed, Minimum version 4.6
And of course, the latest version of RadioDJ.
Why i prefer mariadb!
Well there is a manger included, which is often discussed in the RadioDJ forum, with good tips.
But that's up to you what you want to use.
There are 3 easy way to find out the version of .NET Framework installed in your system:
Method 1: Using Windows Explorer
All Microsoft .NET Framework versions are installed in following directory:
Where "%windir%" represents "Windows" directory present in the system drive where Windows is installed in your system e.g. C:\Windows\.
So just type the above mentioned path in RUN dialog box or in Windows Explorer addressbar and press Enter. It'll open the directory as shown in following screenshot:
Here in this folder, you can find out which versions are installed.
On my win 10 .net 7.1.
Method 2: Using Registry Editor
You can also find out .NET Framework version using Registry Editor:
1. Type regedit in RUN or Start Menu search box and press Enter. It'll open Registry Editor.
2. Now go to:
3. Under this key, you'll see separate keys for each .NET Framework version installed in your system.
Method 3: Using Command Prompt
Here is another method to find out all Microsoft .NET Framework versions installed in your Windows:
1. Open Command Prompt from Start Menu and execute any of following commands:
You can copy the above mentioned command and then open Command Prompt, right-click on its titlebar and select "Edit -> Paste" option. It'll quickly paste the whole command.
2. Wait for a few seconds and it'll show a list of all .NET Framework versions installed in your system as shown in following screenshot: