To remove previous pre-release product versions, click the following article number to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base: For more information and known upgrade issues, please review our installation notes. Manual removal To manually remove a Microsoft Visual Studio product, we recommend that you first uninstall the main product or products, such as Microsoft Visual Studio Ultimate.
Then, uninstall the other supporting products that may be installed. To forcibly remove most packages listed below, see Forcibly removing Visual Studio User-generated assets such as project files and custom settings are neither removed nor affected by uninstalling Visual Studio. To uninstall Visual Studio, follow these steps: Alternatively, you can open it as follows. Type control appwiz. Uninstall all the main product s from the following list that are installed.
Uninstall any update that is listed under the category Visual Studio Optional shared packages Optionally uninstall the following shared packages that may also be installed with MicrosoftVisual Studio Sometimes a package may still appear even after uninstalling it. If this happens, uninstall it again since more than one package with the same name has been installed.
You may be prompted that uninstalling a product may affect other products. Click Yes only if you are sure you no longer need the features associated with the package. Click No to leave the package installed. Note The order in which you uninstall packages is important; the list below indicates the order in which you should uninstall the packages. The version numbers may be newer than what is shown below if they were subsequently updated.
Warning These packages may also be used by other products on the computer. These products include Visual Studio and Visual Studio We recommend that you leave them installed on your system. Some of these may appear in Installed Updates which is a link within Programs and Features.
Warning These updates may also be used by other products on the machine including Visual Studio , Visual Studio , or any applications built with either of these products by you or another developer. Forcibly removing Visual Studio You can also remove Visual Studio and its optional shared packages by using a new command line switch. If you have multiple Visual Studio products installed, any common packages will still remain until all VS products are removed.
Even if you have already uninstalled the main product, you can still download the setup application and use it to run the following command to remove the rest of the packages except for Microsoft. NET Framework 4. Warning Running this command may remove some packages even if they are still in use like those listed in Optional shared packages. Download the setup application you used to originally install Visual Studio If you installed from media, please insert that media.
Open a command prompt. Type cmd and press OK Enter. Type in the full path to the setup application and pass the following command line switches: If you have any questions or encounter any issues, please visit our Visual Studio Setup and Installation forum. Last Updated: Oct 27,
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I bolded the key phrases. The IMF says Greece is hopeless even in the best-case, most Pollyanna-ish scenarios. We are far from seeing such scenarios, too. We haven't seen anything resembling a best-case scenario in Greece for seven years I don't mean to be trite, but unpayable debts are debts that won't be paid.
Greece's creditors know this, yet they still demand payment.