Visual Studio 2010 and .NET Framework 4 Release Candidate Available

Microsoft made available the Release Candidate (RC) for Visual Studio 2010 and .NET Framework 4 to all MSDN subscribers. RC will be made available to the world on February 10th, and includes a go-live license for people who want to deploy in their production environment. “We got a lot of invaluable feedback on Beta 2 […]

Microsoft made available the Release Candidate (RC) for Visual Studio 2010 and .NET Framework 4 to all MSDN subscribers. RC will be made available to the world on February 10th, and includes a go-live license for people who want to deploy in their production environment. “We got a lot of invaluable feedback on Beta 2 through Connect as well as your survey responses. In particular many of you pointed out areas of performance where we were not at parity with VS2008 and it was impacting your ability to adopt the product. Some of those areas of feedback included general UI responsiveness (including painting, menus, remote desktop and VMs), editing (typing, scrolling, and Intelisense), designers (Silverlight and WPF in particular), improved memory usage, debugging (stepping, managed / native interop), build times, and solution/project load,” Jason Zander said.

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