PC Requirements For Microsoft Visual C++ 2010 Installation

MS Visual C++ 2010 is a product from Microsoft which installs run time libraries and components including  Open-MP, Standard C++,  C Run-time (CRT), ATL, MSDIA and MFC of Visual C++ Libraries in computers with no such already as a way of making them support related application developments. Commonly known as Microsoft Visual C++ 2010 Redistributable Package, many people tend to wonder and ask them selves whether their computers meet the requirements supported in order to successfully install the software.

And if you are one of those in need to install that tool which is intended to tools for debugging and developing C++ code written for Microsoft .NET Framework, Microsoft Windows API or DirectX API or any other application which requires MS Visual C++ 2010 in order function the best way it should be, then continue reading this guide.

System And Compatibility Requirements Your PC should Meet

1. Your computer should be with OS Windows 7, Windows Server 2008 with Service Pack 2 or later, Windows XP with Service Pack 3, Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows Vista with Service Pack 2 or later and or Windows Server 2003 R2 or later.

2. Any other speedy and faster or good processor with a 900 MHz minimum is recommended.

3. At least 25 Megabytes of free space on your PC hard drive is recommended.

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4. Recommended RAM of 128 MB is required.

The next time you think of downloading and installing the above package on your computer, its better for you to first take a look at the required specs to see if you meet them.

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