Explained: Can I remove Microsoft Visual C++ Redistributable?
Installing Visual C++ Redistributable Package from Command Line
The answer to this question is similar to the question I received about having multiple instances of. NET framework installed on the system. In a nutshell: It all depends on which program you’ve installed and which architecture it’s for x86 for bit and x64 for bit , and what the installed program calls for.
The packages themselves do not take a lot of disk space. Update I have written a separate article that addresses the issue. Click here to read. At this point it would be safe bet that the two programs are related.
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VIDEO: Microsoft Visual C++ Redistributable Update 3
The Visual C++ Redistributable Package installs run-time components that are required to run apps, which are developed using Visual Studio. Download Microsoft Visual C++ Redistributable from Author Site Download @Authors Site (32 Bit) Download Microsoft Visual C++ This update is the latest in a cumulative series of feature additions and bug fixes for Microsoft Visual C++ Redistributable.