Discussion in 'General Software and Applications' started by CPC_RedDawn, Sep 30, 2014.
Visual C++ Installer/Uninstaller 18.01.02
Visual C++ Installer/Uninstaller v18.01.06
Why does he release so many new versions? Are there new visual c++ every week?
Probably not, but he is trying to improve the program, its normal.
like DDU...he is improving it in every update.
Yeah it says this on MG, "-Fixed the command line commands"
Yeah. I'll still provide mine as an alternative, and keep it as a simple install. I would like to make some improvements when I have time. Literally just got back from holidays this evening (Sunday).
Where i can find your Latest Script of Visual C++ Installer/Uninstaller ? thanks buddy.
or this link,
Please do. Do not know if was just me or that other one does things a little bit differently. Decided to give that other one a try and some things were off. Games that had the corresponding dlls removed from their directory suddenly had issues. Uninstalled everything and went back to your version 56 and all was good again. So please keep your version going.
What about doing the same for the (FRAMEWORKS) net.frameworks?
That is only required on Windows 7, Windows 10 has it built in. Even if one were made, it won't have any real benefit over the official installer.
.Net framework installed only globally/centralized into OS. So all you need to do is to check for newer versions and install them.
Also .Net framework is updated in place. It means that there can`t be simultaneously installed .Net 4.5 and say .Net 4.5.1.
Only versions co-exist are .Net 2.0 (in-place updates are 3.0, 3.5) and 4.0 (in-place updates are 4.5, 4.5.1, 4.5.2, 4.6, 4.6.1, 4.6.2, 4.7, 4.7.1)
- WinXP comes with .Net 1.0 which can be updated to 2.0 (not sure);
- WinVista comes with .Net 3.0 which can be updated to 3.5, and probably you can install 4.0;
- Win7 comes with .Net 3.5, and you can install any 4.x;
- Win8 comes with both .Net 3.5, and 4.5 which can be updated to any newer 4.x;
- Win8.1 comes with both .Net 3.5, and 4.5.1 which can be updated to any newer 4.x;
- Win10 comes with both .Net 3.5, and 4.6 which can be updated to any newer 4.x.
-> up to 4.0
But what about those netframeworks 1.0 an 1.1 that you can install with some Tricks? very interesting though.
Only applications implemented for these versions will be capable to work with. Not interesting at all.
I meant in-place update. Obviously 4.0 can`t update 1.0 in-place.
14.13.26020 (VC++ 2017)
You're right on that point, iirc on WinXP update from .NET Framework 1.0 straightforward to 4.0 isn't possible. It was long time ago but as far as I remember it should be: 1.0 -> 2.0 -> reboot -> 3.5 -> reboot -> 4.0