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Microsoft Visual Studio 2012

Visual StudioMicrosoft has officially announced the release of Visual Studio 2012.

In addition to the things we know and love about the Visual Studio products, the newest version provides the core tools that are required to build compelling, innovative Windows Metro style applications. There are also numerous of new features and enchantments that come with this version. If you are interested in finding what are those Microsoft already created a web page which you can access here that contains all the information you will need about this release.

Also you need to keep in mind that the interface of the new Visual Studio has changed drastically since this version now uses a Metro style interface. If you are one of those people that didn’t particularly like the Metro style you might need to consider that before rushing to upgrade.

Download Visual Studio 2012 Express for Windows 8
Visual Studio 2012 Online Installer (922kb)
Visual Studio 2012 Offline Installer (403MB)
Visual Studio 2012 Language Pack (20.2MB)

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One Response to Microsoft Visual Studio 2012

  1. Greg says:

    thanks for the heads up.

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