I have been using Visual Studio C++ 2010 Express to do some work, which has now succeeded after a lot of trouble.
I wanted to go one step further but it seemed that I would need the full 2010 .NET software to achieve this.
I downloaded Microsoft Visual Studio 2010, and tried this out but I worked out I could not achieve what I wanted before the temporary license ran out. Also I couldn't afford a full license either, so it had to go.
I now want to remove Visual Studio 2010 and can't figure out just what to get rid of. There seem to be a LOT of Microsoft products loaded and I can't figure out what I can delete safely. I don't want to compromise the C++ Express installation as that is working nicely.
Can anyone help me out here? Or am I stuck with all the bloat until the next time I have to (re)install an OS?
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I'm running Windows7 here, so the details might look a little different on your computer, but you should be able to get to the Add/Remove Programs dialog, and remove VS2010 from there, and it should correctly remove only what it installed that isn't also needed by something else (e.g. your …
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