Windows 10: Multiple versions of Visual C++


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       08 May 2017 #1

    Multiple versions of Visual C++


    I did some housekeeping today with Revo and found 11 copies of Visual C++. Attached is a pdf of the details. Do I really need all these? And will they continue to accumulate as my system ages?
    Multiple versions of Visual C++ Attached Files
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       08 May 2017 #2

    Each version is usually installed by software, which needs it. I install all via this:

    [Update] Visual C++ Runtime Installer by burfadel | Page 4 | My Digital Life Forums
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       08 May 2017 #3

    Thanks for the reference. I had to enroll in MyDigitalLife to view the posts and they have not yet sent verification. . .
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