Silverlight is a free plug-in, powered by .NET framework and works with most web browsers, devices and operating systems. It is a useful application which creates engaging, interactive user experiences for Web and mobile applications.
If you face difficulties while installing, uninstalling or re-installing Silverlight, or even after installing it, Microsoft Silverlight does not work as expected, then this post is sure to help you. Before you start you may want to find out a few things!
Do I have Silverlight installed?
You can type Silverlight in Start Screen search. If it is installed you will see it as a search results. You can also fire up your browser and check in the add ons or plugins section.
Which version of Silverlight is installed?
Website keeps asking me to install Silverlight
If some website keeps asking you install Silverlight or update to its latest version, even if you have already done so, then open your browsers add ons or plugins manager and check if Silverlight is Enabled. If it is already Enabled, then maybe you do have a corrupted Silverlight installation, and you may need to reinstall Silverlight.
Clean Corrupted Silverlight Installation
If you cannot or are unable to uninstall or install Silverlight due to a corrupted Silverlight installation, this Microsoft Fix It will solve the failed installation problem. This Fix It will basically delete and clean up all the residual registry keys as well as files and folders, which were created by the Silverlight application during its installation, but which were not delete even after uninstalling it via the Control Panel.
If any issues are found it will list them and offer to fix them automatically. If no Silverlight installation is detected on your computer, it will offer to download and install it for you.
Hope this helps!