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: 14.29.30130.2 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 Files Contents:
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 Important Notes:
# 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
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By Tanzil Habib
Hello, sir, today is September 1, 2020, 11:14 a.m. in Bangladesh. So I am trying to download Windows 7 ISO file, but when I click to download, It shows an error page where headline says "This program cannot display the webpage". I have added screenshots.
My internet connection is fine but it's not working! Please give me a solution for that!
Screenshot links in my Google drive:
1. After selection: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1aChxjI8ugKA7XcU5_nxEabdBzRLUO3B0/view?usp=sharing
2. The downloading page: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1zi4A-v9vBr1r0MT_fG6K4PrzUTyQKbej/view?usp=sharing
3. The error: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1QMOmQ8A2leol1DeCy9Gvow6OPyeuWR4X/view?usp=sharing
The Microsoft DirectX® End-User Runtime provides updates to 9.0c and previous versions of DirectX — the core Windows® technology that drives high-speed multimedia and games on the PC. read more.
Info: The addon will Slipstream DirectX runtimes into the windows image as Pre-Installed
OS: Windows 7 / 8 / 8.1 - x86 / x64
Size: 13.13 MB
MD5 : 19d9de7038fc9f869e3126f20a785785
Size: 27.83 MB
MD5 : 78797de2739070bbc6329bc52a75d440
Note: on Windows 8/8.1/10 you need first to enable .NET Framework 3.5 feature
I'm choosing the components to remove from my cd (Win XP Pro) and in the services section there are 3 which I don't know whether taking out.
First, a red component, HTTP SSL: considering that I'm not going to use Internet Explorer, is it safe to remove it even if I use SSL for e-mail or other services?
Second, another red component, SNMP: there is a generic reference to printer support and agents that monitor the activity in network devices and report to the network console workstation. Does it have something to do with router connection, USB devices for connecting to the local router or stuff like that? If wireless printing support (or USB printing) is needed, can SNMP be safely removed anyway?
Third, a black component, Network DDE: does its removal affect the local router connection and security issues?
Fourth, another black component, QoS RSVP (and related QoS): does it have something to do with internet USB keys (such as dLink) for router connection (or HSDPA connection)? If so, should I keep it?
Following the full list of components in Services section:
Application Layer Gateway
Background Intelligent Transfer Service (BITS)
Distributed Link Tracking Client
Distributed Transaction Coordinator (DTC)
Extensible Authentication Protocol Service
Health Key and Certificate Management Service
Imapi CD burning COM Services
Internet Authentication (IAS)
IPSEC Policy Agent
Kerberos Key Distribution Center
Network Access Protection (NAP)
Network Location Awareness (NLA)
Performance Logs and Alerts
QoS RSVP and Quality of Service
Route Listening Servise
Service Advertising Protocol
Simple TCP/IP Services
System Event Notification (SENS)
TCP/IP NetBIOS Helper
Text Services Framework
Uninterruptible Power Supply
Universal Plug and Play
Volume Shadow Copy
Windows Firewall/Internet Connection Sharing (ICS)
Windows Management Instrumentation
Lastly, this is my list of components to remove: Alerter, Application Layer Gateway, Distributed Link Tracking Client, Error Reporting, IMAPI CD burning com services, Indexing Services, Messenger, QoS RSVP, Remote Registry, Removable Storage, Service Advertising Protocol, TCP/IP NetBIOS Helper, Telnet, Text Services Framework, Volume Shadow Copy.
Since I use a router connection (sometimes a HSDPA key), do you think that removal of any of the components of my list would badly affect my internet connection?
Do you think I could include something else on my components list, something absolutely unuseful that I missed at first sight?
I turned off many processes but after installing Windows these processes are running (are set to default: auto).
Diagnostic Policy Service - DPSDistributed Link Tracking Client - TrkWks Windows 7 SP1 Ultimate x64 #ServicesApplication Management::DisabledASP.NET State Service::DisabledBranch Cache::DisabledCertificate Propagation::DisabledDiagnostic Policy::DisabledDistributed Link Tracking Client::DisabledFTP::DisabledFunction Discovery Resource Publication::ManualIP Helper::DisabledLPD Service::DisabledMedia Center Extender::DisabledNet.Msmq Listener Adapter::DisabledNet.Pipe Listener Adapter::DisabledNet.Tcp Listener Adapter::DisabledNet.Tcp Port Sharing::DisabledNetlogon::DisabledNetwork Access Protection Agent::DisabledOffline Files::DisabledParental Controls::DisabledPrint Spooler::ManualProgram Compatibility Assistant::DisabledRemote Desktop Configuration::DisabledRemote Desktop Services::DisabledRemote Procedure Call (RPC) Locator::DisabledRemote Registry::DisabledRouting and Remote Access::DisabledSmart Card::DisabledSmart Card Removal Policy::DisabledSNMP Trap::DisabledWindows Connect Now - Config Registrar::DisabledWindows Defender::DisabledWindows Media Player Network Sharing::DisabledWindows Process Activation::DisabledWindows Search::DisabledWindows Update::Disabled sorry for my english