Microsoft Visual C++ 2008 contains a series of libraries that enables programs created with C++ to work on your computer. The 2008 version has all the required components that allow C++ programs to work up until 2010 when the next big update occurred. Even programs created after 2010 may work with just the 2008 libraries.
Lower The Number Of Errors Your Windows Device Has
If you do not have Microsoft Visual C++ 2008 and/or its later brothers and sisters such as 2010 and so forth then your computer is going to encounter errors and you are going to have apps or software that simply don't work. C++ is a programming language that programmers use to create software. When they create software they use libraries which is similar to a car builder using parts from another car to build a car from scratch. If the libraries are missing then it is like the car being built having to try to work without the parts taken from other cars. There is no downside to installing a clear version of Microsoft Visual C++ 2008 especially if you are building your own computer or refurbishing an old one. If you are worried about it being out of date then you may update it if your computer is still encountering errors. The software may also be useful for programmers who are trying to reverse engineer programs that were created up to 2010.