Microsoft Visual C Redistributable Package

Jun 4, 2022 - Microsoft Corporation (Freeware)
App NameVisual C Redistributable Package
DeveloperMicrosoft Corporation
Latest Version14.30.30704
UpdateJun 4, 2022
Size(24.00 MB)
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Microsoft Visual C++ Redistributable package based on Visual Studio 2015, 2017, and 2019 used for installing run-time modules to run C++ apps such as CRT, Standard C++, MFC, C++ AMP, OpenMP, and others. The Microsoft Visual C++ Redistributable Packages are shared codes that are required for running C++ applications on the PC without any need of installing a full-featured IDE. 


Microsoft Visual C++ Redistributable Packages Features

Cross-platform & Lightweight

The package is very perfectly reliable for all kinds of CPU architectures courtesy of streamlined x64 and x86 installers. The lightweight app consumes very few resources of your hardware with easy deployment. 

Compatible with Windows

The program works for all types of devices but runs with more functionality with Microsoft Windows 10, Windows 8 & 8.1, Windows 7, Windows Vista, and Windows XP with 32-bit and 64-bit setup.

Free Access

The Microsoft Visual C++ Redistributable Package with freeware license available for Windows 32-bit and 64-bit operating systems of a laptop and PC, presented for all software users as a free trial for a specific period, free download with potential restrictions. It is belonging to the components and libraries category. 

Different Procedures

With the support of multiple CPU architectures courtesy of real-time x86 and x64 installer, the package is worth considering for both architectures. The updated package of 2017 consists out of different run-time modules like CRT, Standard C++, MFC, C++ AMP, Open MP, and some different files such as VC runtime 140.dll, msvcp 140.dll, vcomp140.dll, vcamp140.dll, mfc.dll, and a lot of others.

Main Features

  • Install the run-time module to run C++ apps
  • Cross-platform & Lightweight
  • Compatible with Windows
  • Free Access
  • Different Procedures