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How do I find out which SDKs I have installed in my Visual Studio C++ Standard?

Is there a list that I see the SDK packages?

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Uncle Mike !
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Control Panel -> Add/Remove Programs would probably list the Microsoft SDKs you've installed.

Or, have a look in C:\Program Files\Microsoft SDKs
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Not very straightforward but ok
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Hmm, how is opening Add/Remove Programs and reading through the list not straightforward? ;)
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