Microsoft Visual Basic 6.0

Microsoft Visual Basic was a programming environment where one could build an application by visually creating the user interface first, and then adding code.

Microsoft Visual Basic 6.0, now part of Visual Studio, was the last version of the true "Visual Basic" product. It was extremely popular, and is still used in many businesses. It is the last that can create native 32-bit applications for Windows 9x and NT. The replacement product "VB.NET" requires Dot Net, and changes the core basic language in such a way that it is difficult to port VB 6 applications.

Installation instructions

Requires that MSIE 4 or later is installed.

Product type
DevTool
Vendor
Microsoft
Release date
1998
End of life date
2008
Minimum CPU
486DX/66-MHz
Minimum RAM
16MB
Minimum free disk space
76MB
User interface
GUI
Platform
Windows

Downloads

Download Name Version Language CPU File type File size
Microsoft Visual Basic 6.0 Enterprise (ISO) 6.0 Enterprise English x86-32 CD 238.61MB
Microsoft Visual Basic 6.0 Enterprise [French] (ISO) 6.0 Enterprise French x86-32 CD 361.9MB
Microsoft Visual Basic 6.0 Enterprise [German] (ISO) 6.0 Enterprise German x86-32 CD 359.25MB
Microsoft Visual Basic 6.0 Enterprise [Italian] (ISO) 6.0 Enterprise Italian x86-32 CD 382.29MB
Microsoft Visual Basic 6.0 Enterprise [Japanese] (ISO) 6.0 Enterprise Japanese x86-32 CD 420.87MB
Microsoft Visual Basic 6.0 Enterprise [Korean] (ISO) 6.0 Enterprise Korean] x86 CD 364.25MB
Microsoft Visual Basic 6.0 Enterprise [Simp. Chinese] (ISO) 6.0 Enterprise Simp. Chinese x86-32 CD 352.87MB
Microsoft Visual Basic 6.0 Enterprise [Spanish] (ISO) 6.0 Enterprise Spanish x86-32 DVD 365.76MB

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