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How do I uninstall Microsoft Visual C++ 2010 x86 and x64 redistributable?

How do I uninstall Microsoft Visual C++ 2010 x86 and x64 redistributable?

Go to Programs and Features in Control Panel and identify the relevant Microsoft Visual C++ Redistributable. Right Click this and select Uninstall. This will error due to the source being missing – at this point, point to the previously downloaded and expanded location.

Should I install Visual C++ x86 and x64?

In most cases you should install both the x64 (64-bit) and the x86 (32-bit) versions. If you’re using a 32-bit version of Windows, then you only need to install the x86 version.

Can I delete Visual C++ 2010 x86 redistributable?

No, it is not safe to delete any of those, they are installed by the applications that you installed onto your PC, those applications target different versions of the C++ redistributable and will cease to function properly if you delete any of those . . .

Is it OK to delete Microsoft Visual C++?

Of course, the answer is yes. Since the MSVC package is required by many applications and games that are developed using the Microsoft Visual Studio runtime library. That is to say, certain programs like Python, Word Cloud, and Logitech may not function properly once the MSVC package is removed or corrupted.

Is it OK if I uninstall Microsoft Visual C++?

Is it safe to uninstall Microsoft Visual C++?

Is x86 or x64 better?

Is x64 faster than x86? Yes, x64 is faster than x86 systems as they can allocate a lot more RAM and has parallel processing with a more significant 64-bit memory and data bus. It also has larger registers, and the overall performance with 64-bit OS and processors is a lot faster than 32-bit systems.

Do I need Microsoft Visual C++ x86?

No, you need the x86 version to run 32-bit VC++ programs, and you need the x64 version to run 64-bit VC++ programs.

Is my laptop x86 or x64?

Click Start, type system in the search box, and then click System Information in the Programs list. When System Summary is selected in the navigation pane, the operating system is displayed as follows: For a 64-bit version operating system: X64-based PC appears for the System Type under Item.

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