That Is possible I suppose. I know VB 6 isn't a core component of
Windows 7 by default as I have the official Microsoft full install cd
here and VB 6 didn't ship with it. However, some manufacturers may add
VB support to their OEM versions to help maintain some backwards
compatibility with Windows XP legacy applications that haven't been
upgraded to something else more current.
On 4/24/10, Valiant8086 <valiant8...@lavabit.com> wrote:
> Interestingly enough, My new Toshiba came with the visual c++ and vb6
> runtimes already installed. I guess maybe some of Toshiba's applications
> require those platforms so they install them on the way out the door.
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