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: 14.27.29016.0 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
9265d0f6857752c7cf9ade625b39a4b9a1e9d158 *vcredist_x64_Win7_20200321.WA 146491bbb05532100ce9111c253a7cac7d7ae89b *vcredist_x86_Win7_20200321.WA 91408b22b460473fd770c2965335d9bfc685006a *vcredist_x64_2019_WinAll_14.26.28619.WA 80e03ce6bb4c6f07f7c5bfae3291b252b74f1b58 *vcredist_x86_2019_WinAll_14.26.28619.WA 05e938f354c059d89d846d2e9a7591d05154aa70 *vcredist_x64_2013d_WinAll.WA 534f1e53080819aeb58e3b060d7c6a0a76b4d4d4 *vcredist_x86_2013d_WinAll.WA 8cc9f65fc444a878d8cabd0ad317597edb552f07 *vcredist_x64_SxS_Win7.WA 886faa949e7d51a40dc8d467f65c373f887c2ec3 *vcredist_x86_SxS_Win7.WA 94e267e5e6ff89854bd64b6260333664a266c754 *vcredist_x64_SxS_Win810.WA 206fda69fa2d3fd838dd9e3ee33f35c4cd7a2cae *vcredist_x86_SxS_Win810.WA Credits to ricktendo for original repack AIO
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
Avira.Free v220.127.116.112 Free [English] [Silent]... ;-)
-Not install Toolbars or other junk...
-To Silent Install use /silent or /verysilent switch...
Project: FULL Office 2010/2013/2016
Welcome to my project, to get a FULL version of Microsoft Office 2010/2013.
This thread show you to create a full office suite with all updates integrated.
Be careful with your files, make backup and do all at own risk.
I try to help, just post any issues or suggestions, have fun.
Full updated Microsoft Office Suite with all sub-tools All Service Packs are integrated, no longer upgrade needed German-Language-Pack is integrated you can choice which language you wanna install Advanced setup, you can install all components one by one and exactly what you want Suites:
Microsoft Office 2010 Suite:
Microsoft Office 2010 Professional Plus with SP2 and Post-SP2 updates integrated ENG+GER x64 Microsoft Project 2010 Professional Plus with SP2 and Post-SP2 updates integrated ENG+GER x64 Microsoft Visio 2010 Professional Plus with SP2 and Post-SP2 updates integrated ENG+GER x64 Microsoft SharePoint Designer ENG+GER x64 Optonable German Language Pack (with SP2 integrated) install for all components Microsoft Office 2013 Suite:
Microsoft Office 2013 Professional Plus with SP2 and Post-SP2 updates integrated ENG+GER x64 Microsoft Project 2013 Professional Plus with SP2 and Post-SP2 updates integrated ENG+GER x64 Microsoft Visio 2013 Professional Plus with SP2 and Post-SP2 updates integrated ENG+GER x64 Microsoft Proofing Tools (with SP2 integrated ) ENG+GER x64 Microsoft SharePoint Designer ENG+GER x64 Optonable German Language Pack (with SP2 integrated) install for all components //ENG+GER = English and German language (You can choice any or both)
Few words to begin:
Step #1 Preparing:
Step #2 Upgrading
Step 3# Finishing:
Welcome, Windows 7 users, to the day you’ve been dreading: the end of mainstream support. Starting Tuesday, Microsoft will stop pushing out new features, end free support and halt any update not related to security for its six-year-old operating system. That’s the bad news. The good news: The 56% of desktop users still running Windows 7 can expect Microsoft’s “extended support” until 2020. Microsoft’s slow and steady effort to stamp out Windows 7 in favor of Windows 8.1 is not new. The company ended consumer retail sales last November (no more Windows 7 boxes in stores), though it will continue to let computer manufacturers sell systems with Windows 7 pre-installed. In fact, the company promises to give at least a year’s notice before ending that program. But eventually, the software giant will have to end that, too. Windows 8.1, the radically redesigned operating systems is at a paltry 9% market rate, according to Net Market Share. That is more than than Apple's Mac desktop operating system (roughly 5%), it’s well below the 14-year-old Windows XP, which, incredibly, still holds 18% of the desktop market share. Windows 8.1 has not been the success Microsoft hoped for, largely because Microsoft tried to force-feed the public a Start Menu-free interface (to be fair, the Windows Design – née “Metro” — screen was essentially an exploded version of the Start Menu). Microsoft has more or less admitted it made a mistake in killing the traditional Start menu; it reintroduces it with Windows 10, which is now in beta previews. When the OS ships, likely sometime later this year, it may help Microsoft finally turn the tide on XP and Windows 7. Source: http://mashable.com/2015/01/13/windows-7-support-ends/?utm_campaign=Mash-Prod-RSS-Feedburner-All-Partial&utm_cid=Mash-Prod-RSS-Feedburner-All-Partial&utm_medium=feed&utm_source=rss