Microsoft announces .NET framework 4.6

Today, Microsoft announced Visual Studio 2015 and .NET framework 4.6. The new releases bring better performance with update to .NET core, ASP.NET, and others new improvements.
 
Rich Lander stated in the official blog post:
 
"With the .NET Framework 4.6, you'll enjoy better performance with the new 64-bit "RyuJIT" JIT and high DPI support for WPF and Windows Forms. ASP.NET provides HTTP/2 support when running on Windows 10 and has more async task-returning APIs. There are also major updates in Visual Studio 2015 for .NET developers, many of which are built on top of the new Roslyn compiler framework. The .NET languages -- C# 6, F# 4, VB 14 -- have been updated, too,"
 
"We're also announcing updates to .NET Core and ASP.NET 5, both recently released as beta 5 and included in Visual Studio 2015. The .NET tools for Windows 10 UWP app development, including .NET Native, will be shipping shortly, on 7/29. We will have a lot to share about .NET UWP apps and the .NET Native technology at that time."
 
RyuJIT is the next generation Just-In-Time (JIT) compiler for .NET which uses high-performance JIT architecture. This architecture is focused on high throughput JIT compilation and is much faster than the existing JIT64 64-bit JIT that has been used from 2005 .NET 2.0 release.
 
Garbage Collector has been updated and it has some important improvements that reduce latency and improve memory utilization. Handles pinned objects in a more optimized way.
 
.NET Framework reference source has been updated for the .NET Framework 4.6. The latest source can be seen at the .NET Framework Reference Source Website.
 
Download and try .Net framework 4.6 from here.
 
For complete information, visit the official blog post.