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Reading version numbers The leftmost number (1) is called the major version. The middle number (2) is called the minor version. The rightmost number (3) is called the revision, but it may also be referred to as a “point release” or “subminor version”.
A release number, also known as matrix number or catalog number, is an identification number for your CD. It is used by record stores and online retailers as an inventory number. The factory also uses it to track the various pieces of your project through the production process.
A version number is a unique number or set of numbers assigned to a specific release of a software program, file, firmware, device driver, or even hardware. Typically, as updates and entirely new editions of a program or driver are released, the version number will increase.
If the major version is higher, your version is newer. If the minor version is higher, your version is newer.
Normally Release is more about the “action” to distribute the software to interested candidates, while “version” is an identifier of certain snapshot of the software (mostly a meaningful snapshot).
Catalog numbers typically are printed on the spine of a CD or DVD and on the back of record sleeves, but you sometimes you'll find them in other places on the artwork They might also be found on the CD and the info label on the record or inscribed on the disk itself.
If the major version is higher, your version is newer. If it is lower, your version is older. If the minor version is higher, your version is newer. Trailing zeros in the revision do count.
Software versioning is a way to categorize the unique states of computer software as it is developed and released. The version identifier can be a word, or a number, or both. For example, version 1.0 is commonly used to denote the initial release of a program.
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