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    VC Redistributables Visual C++


    https://docs.microsoft.com/en-en/cpp...ted-vc-redist?

    Link is down.
    Did MS take it down on purpose?
    Now where can we download offline installer for VC Studio?
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    Your link is incomplete. And the 404 page does suggest the right URL.
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    Stop trying to quote https://docs.microsoft.com. Two years ago, MS overhauled their site and moved docs.microsoft.com to https://learn.microsoft.com. Many older articles dating before Windows 10 were purged in the cleanup.

    Not all old links will get a silent redirect to the current page.

    Open https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/cp...?view=msvc-170

    Find the Version dropdown in the top left corner. When you switch product versions, the ?view= changes to track it.
    Sometimes the articles are IDENTICAL, but MS follows the same convention for all their docs.

    Why do Visual Studio 2015, 2017, 2019, 2022 have the same download? It's because starting with 2017, all VC++ runtimes are released as 2015->* and it continues to 2022.
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    garlin said:
    Stop trying to quote https://docs.microsoft.com. Two years ago, MS overhauled their site and moved docs.microsoft.com to https://learn.microsoft.com. Many older articles dating before Windows 10 were purged in the cleanup.

    Not all old links will get a silent redirect to the current page.

    Open https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/cp...?view=msvc-170

    Find the Version dropdown in the top left corner. When you switch product versions, the ?view= changes to track it.
    Sometimes the articles are IDENTICAL, but MS follows the same convention for all their docs.

    Why do Visual Studio 2015, 2017, 2019, 2022 have the same download? It's because starting with 2017, all VC++ runtimes are released as 2015->* and it continues to 2022.
    Thanks
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