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To deploy without having to install the VC++ dlls.

Linking to C runtime statically (Multithreaded (/MT) for Release build)
http://imageshack.com/a/img923/6600/ifeLcs.png

If you are using MFC, linking to MFC runtime statically.
http://imageshack.com/a/img921/1331/7eBoZW.png

The downside to linking statically is your executable size will be bigger but it only links the classes and functions your executable calls whereas, in the dynamically linkage case, the VC++ dlls have to contains all the code regardless your executable calls them or not.
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