Here's something that makes C# look more like Java than its official ancestor C++.
Only single class inheritance is supported in C#. A C# class can implement multiple interfaces. 
 C++ supports multiple class inheritance and does not support interfaces.
All Java classes are implicitly subclasses of java.lang.Object. In C#, all classes are implicitly subclasses of System.Object.  This implies that all C# classes must have one, and only one direct superclass, except for System.Object.
 There are several advantages of having all your classes share a common ancestry. At the very least, you are assured that whatever object a method returns can be referenced by a variable of type System.Object. Also, ...