August 6, 2015 by Nitesh

Get .Net Framework version of a DLL it was created with


Microsoft has been updating .Net Framework versions from a long time and we’ve updated from .Net 1.0 to 4.6. We all love writing small wrappers and convert them into DLLs so that we can reuse the same code in different projects. In this post, we will see how can we get the .Net Framework version from which a specific DLL was created on.

To know this, we will make use of PowerShell. So, start PowerShell and write the following command on the prompt


The above snippet will display the .Net framework version. You can see it in the display below –


Have fun finding the .Net framework versions your DLL were built on.

Hope you like this. Keep learning and sharing 🙂


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