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How do I remove Intel C++ from Visual Studio 2019?

roger567
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This is a follow up to this question

Solved: Re:How do I remove and clean Parallel Studio XE from a Windows PC? - Intel Community

Although I could install Parallel Studio XE onto a USB drive for the sole purpose of uninstalling it cleanly, when I create a new solution, I still see Intel C++ Compiler 19.1 as an option in Visual Studio project properties for the platform toolset.

It also shows Intel compilers 18.0 and 17.0.

How do I clear these away?

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RahulV_intel
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Hi,

 

You can manually delete those extensions from your VS-19.

 

  • Click on Extensions (top).
  • Select Manage Extensions.
  • Choose Installed (on the left).
  • Select the extensions that you don't need and then click on Uninstall.

 

PFA screenshot below.

RahulV_intel_0-1606221450065.png

 

Thanks,

Rahul

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RahulV_intel
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Hi,

 

You can manually delete those extensions from your VS-19.

 

  • Click on Extensions (top).
  • Select Manage Extensions.
  • Choose Installed (on the left).
  • Select the extensions that you don't need and then click on Uninstall.

 

PFA screenshot below.

RahulV_intel_0-1606221450065.png

 

Thanks,

Rahul

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roger567
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Thanks Rahul,

That worked.

It could be a useful feature to add into the Parallel Studio uninstaller.

RahulV_intel
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Hi,


Thanks for the feedback. I'll let the concerned team know about this.


Thanks for accepting the solution. Intel will no longer monitor this thread. Any further discussion on this thread will be considered as community only.



Regards,

Rahul


roger567
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The Intel compilers in the Properties > Platform Toolset came back, even though they are no longer in Manage Extensions.

Back to square 1.

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