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Microsoft never stops working to improve Visual Studio 2022 as an IDE for developers. The company is making adjustments, upgrades, and new features in light of this. Version 17.5 of Visual Studio 2022, which came out in February 2023, offered a tonne of new features and enhancements.


Now that various errors have been fixed, the third update for Visual Studio 2022 v17.5 has been made available by the business. To find out what has changed in Visual Studio 2022 v17.5.3 and to access the most recent download of it, keep reading.


Visual Studio 2022 v17.5.3 addresses several issues
Microsoft Visual Studio 2022


Issues fixed in Visual Studio 2022 v17.5.3

  • Removal of integrated Edge Developer Tools for ASP.NET web workload
  • Fixed ASAN performance regression regarding large amounts of threads accessing the same heap concurrently. Also, changed the windows_hook_legacy_allocators option default value to true.
  • MSVC C++ Toolset updated to 14.35.32216.01
  • While editing Razor files, add caching of some of the computed editing constructs to improve performance.
  • Fixes a bug where a MultiLine TextBox in a VB-WinForms Project gets deleted, when the Text property contains more than one line (which get separated by vbCrLf on code generation in InitializeComponent).
  • Fixes a bug where extremely large Forms or UserControls in the WinForms Out-Of-Process Designer take a very long time to save. Please note, that Forms/UserControls > 3,000 lines of code will be in certain cases differently formatted or not be subject to namespace/this (Me in Visual Basic) reduction. Consider refactoring parts of very big forms into dedicated UserControls, and use those UserControls inside bigger Forms for performance improvements and easier maintenance.
  • Fixes a bug where VB-Tick-Comments inside of InitializeComponent will now wrap correctly into individual lines, when a previous line ended with a quotation or a double-quotation character.
  • Fixes a bug where renaming a WithEvents defined Control field of the Code-behind Designer file in Visual Basic will no longer lead to multiply defined/handled events.



Developer Community Highlights

  • Edge Developer Tools no longer included in Visual Studio
  • Using fmtlib on a custom exception's constructor parameter and throwing the exception directly caused a crash in MSVC 17.10
  • C1001: Internal compiler error while compiling std::format calling from variadic template.
  • AnyCode is causing deadlocks on by executing close workspace synchronously on UI thread
  • Visual Studio 17.4 C++ bad codegen with NRVO
  • Building targets seperately is not working when using CMake on WSL
  • IntelliSense reports many errors for the boost library
  • Compiler crash in MSVC 17.4.2 'msc1.cpp', line 1592
  • Bug in Visual Studio WinForms Designer when using a User Control with a ushort property
  • Form Events lost on compile and run after altering a form object in IDE
  • Show "There should be two or more class parts" when I save a winform
  • Sqlproj file not building when it has certain master db references provided by VS's inbuilt master.dacpac file
  • Visual Studio 17.5 broke SqlPackage.exe
  • Can not run a Cloud Services Extended Support project depending on solution order
  • Neither New Project nor New File show any templates. For latter it is stuck showing Loading templates. New install of 17.5.0



How to download the latest version of Visual Studio 2022?

Download Visual Studio 2022 (Professional and Enterprise)

Visual Studio Enterprise 2022 and Visual Studio Professional 2022 is an integrated, end-to-end solutions for teams of any size with demanding quality and scale needs that require comprehensive tools and services for defining, building, and managing complex enterprise applications and solutions targeting Microsoft’s full Enterprise platform as well as cross-platform technologies.



Download Visual Studio 2022 Community Edition (FREE)

Visual Studio Community 2022 is a free, full-featured IDE with powerful coding productivity features, cross-platform mobile development tools for Windows, iOS, and Android, tools for web and cloud development, and access to thousands of extensions. This edition of Visual Studio is available for free for individual developers, open-source development, academic research, education, and small professional teams.


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