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All in One Runtimes 2.4.2

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ARMOUR

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The "All in One Runtimes" package bundles all important runtime packages that are necessary to ensure that all programs will work smoothly and it will installs them automatically also.

  • The AiO runtimes package offers a convenient installer that provides the option of selecting which runtimes to be installed!
  • The installer also detects already installed runtimes to avoid reinstallation.
  • System dependencies are checked automatically. For example, the .NET Framework 4.6 will be installed on Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 - on Windows 10 it won't.

 

Included components:

  • .NET Framework 4.6 + Updates
  • Java Runtime Environment 8
  • DirectX 9.0c Extra files
  • General runtime files
  • Microsoft Visual C++ Runtimes (v2005 - v2015)
  • Microsoft Visual J# 2.0 SE
  • Microsoft Silverlight 5
  • Adobe Flash Player (Opera, FireFox, Internet Explorer)
  • Shockwave Player 12 (Internet Explorer Plugin)

 

Homepage

Whats New

 

Download Page of All in One Runtimes

 

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HandyPAF

I like the checkbox selection.
@BALTAGY should create an installer like this for his Flash, etc. repacks. ^_^

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BALTAGY
1 minute ago, HandyPAF said:

I like the way the checkbox selection.
@BALTAGY should create an installer like this for his Flash, Java and Visual C++ repacks. ^_^

I did add checkbox in Visual C++, But not sure to have all this in one installer is a good idea

 

For example i don't use java why i should have all this size if i only want to use some of it

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alfreire
41 minutes ago, HandyPAF said:

I like the checkbox selection.
@BALTAGY should create an installer like this for his Flash, etc. repacks. ^_^

 

38 minutes ago, BALTAGY said:

I did add checkbox in Visual C++, But not sure to have all this in one installer is a good idea

 

For example i don't use java why i should have all this size if i only want to use some of it

I prefer independent installers too...

Regards... ;-)

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GlacialMan

Changelog v2.4.2:

 

Spanish translation
Adobe Flash Player v26.0.0.137
Shockwave Player v12.2.9.199
Silverlight v5.1.50907.0
KB4019990 in .NET v4.7

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HandyPAF
8 hours ago, BALTAGY said:

I did add checkbox in Visual C++, But not sure to have all this in one installer is a good idea

 

For example i don't use java why i should have all this size if i only want to use some of it

 

I understand your reasoning. I look at it like a codec pack. Codecs are required in order to play media the same way Java apps are require Java, AIR apps require Adobe AIR, etc.

Some people may only need the very basics (like K-Lite Basic Codec Pack) whereas others may want or need it all (K-Lite Mega)
I just thought it would be more convenient if the installer included all "dependencies" that way it would fit all needs, regardless of who downloads the installer. But I totally get what you mean. I prefer your repacks for Java, Flash and C++ Runtimes - that is why I suggested it 8) 

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