Forum Thread: Silverlight 4.0.60831.0 end of life

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newby3 Silverlight 4.0.60831.0 end of life
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PSI shows that I have Microsoft Silverlight version 4.0.60831.0 and it is end of life. The path is C:\Program Files (x86)(Microsoft Silverlight\sllauncher.exe.

The Control Panel shows "Microsoft Silverlight". Do I remove this program from the Add/Remove? Is there anything that replaces this program or do I need Silverlight? If I need the program, can someone furnish me with a link to download and what version?

Any help you can give me will be appreciated. Newby3

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Maurice Joyce RE: Silverlight 4.0.60831.0 end of life
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Click here:
http://www.microsoft.com/silverlight/

Use the download link which removes the old & installs the new.

A full rescan with PSI & bingo U are back to 100%.

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newby3 RE: Silverlight 4.0.60831.0 end of life
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Maurice, thank you for perfect instructions. I now have the updated version. Thank you so much! newby3

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