The Visual C++ Redistributable Packages install runtime components that are required to run applications that are developed by using Visual Studio. These packages install run-time components of these libraries: C Runtime (CRT), Standard C++, ATL, MFC, C++ AMP, OpenMP and MSDIA. read more.
OS: Windows All
VC++ 2019: 14.24.28127.4
VC++ 2013: 12.0.40664.0
VC++ 2012: 11.0.61135.400
VC++ 2010: 10.0.40219.473
VC++ 2008: 9.0.30729.7523
VC++ 2005: 8.0.61187
VC++ 2003: 7.10.6119.0
Vc++ 2002: 7.0.9975.0
+ Legacy Visual Basic Runtimes
vcredist_x64_Win7 / vcredist_x86_Win7:
All runtimes for Windows 7 SP1
vcredist_x64_2019_WinAll / vcredist_x86_2019_WinAll:
Visual C++ 2019
vcredist_x64_2013d_WinAll / vcredist_x86_2013d_WinAll:
Visual C++ 2013, 2012, 2010, 2003, 2002
Visual Basic 6.0 Runtimes
vcredist_x64_SxS_Win7 / vcredist_x86_SxS_Win7:
Visual C++ 2008, 2005 for Windows 7 SP1
vcredist_x64_SxS_Win810 / vcredist_x86_SxS_Win810:
Visual C++ 2008, 2005 for Windows 8.1/10
# Integrating SxS 2008/2005 addons require launching Wintoolkit with TrustedInstaller privileges, to gain write access to WinSxS directory
for that, you need to use NSudo (or other similar tools):
- download and extract latest release Binary.zip
- launch Win32\NSudo.exe or x64\NSudo.exe, or run NSudo.bat as administrator
- make sure User is set to TrustedInstaller
- check "Enable All Privileges"
- paste Wintoolkit.exe path in the lower box (or Browse to the file)
- click run
if you are using Windows 7 Simplix Update Pack, you don't need that, it already handle the required privileges
# vcredist_x64_Win7 / vcredist_x86_Win7 is AIO addon, mainly to be used with Simplix Update Pack, or else you need Wintoolkit with NSudo
# VC++ 2019 runtimes are binary compatible and upgrade to VC++ 2015-2017 and cover all VS 2015-2017-2019 programs
# To complete VC++ 2019 function for Windows 7/8.1, you need to integrate Universal CRT components, which is available with latest Monthly Rollup, or updates KB3118401/KB2999226
you can find latest releases -> here
Credits to ricktendo for original repack AIO
The best thing to provide would be BAT files for removal of files.
Dont think the forum rules allow posting of Microsoft files directly except linking to Microsoft servers.
The user has to download iso using Techbench or ISO Downloader, mount install.wim image using a tool such as GImageX, and then perform the removals themselves via bat files.
I have archived some removal bat files over the time, linked:
BAT File Removals:
DISM Components Removal LIsts:
scribd Win7packages_dism-vs-vlite (based on jeronimo).pdf
Perhaps we could compile them into a github (forums get too messy)- and then all commit and add components and notes via github files and report findings in github issues.
Here are some good guides i've found using RT 7 LIte:
I wrote this because I was unable to find any working tools on the Internet to correctly change the default browser association in Windows (such as if you want to use a portable edition of a browser).
The problem with all of the other tools on the Internet is that they do not correctly handle .URL files. Since .URL files are text files - they have to be passed to "HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\InternetShortcut" where the URL gets parsed by shdocvw.dll and then passed to HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\http. With other tools - the .URL files would open as text files in the browser instead of opening the actual URL itself. This script does it correctly.
Silent mode: If no command line arguments will show GUI. Will run in silent mode if argument passed to it on command line. Silent mode if successful does not write anything to command line / stdout (Autohotkey does not natively support writing to stdio)- if you are running in silent mode and the utility runs without any popups or warning dialogs - then the change was successful.Silent mode example: DefaultBrowserInRegistry.exe "D:\PortableApps\GoogleChromePortable\GoogleChromePortable.exe"