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Microsoft announced the availability of Visual Studio Code and Visual Studio Community 2019 edition in Microsoft Store for Windows 11. That means if you are a Windows Insider and currently running Windows 11 Preview either from Dev Channel or Beta Channel, can now download Visual Studio Code and Visual Studio Community 2019 from the revamped Microsoft Store.

 

These are free offerings from Microsoft for the developers who want to build applications regardless of the app framework and packaging technology. For others, who are not yet on Windows 11 can download Visual Studio Community 2019 for free from here (official Microsoft download link).

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Visual Studio 2019 was first released on and since then it went through a couple of releases. The current stable version of Visual Studio is 16.10, whereas version 16.11 is still under preview release. Recently, Microsoft also released the first preview version of Visual Studio 2022 which will be 64-bit from now.

 

As the next major version is coming up later this year, Microsoft confirmed that Visual Studio 2019 version 16.11 will be the last and final release of Visual Studio 2019.

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Last month Microsoft released Visual Studio 2019 version 16.10 and started releasing preview builds for Visual Studio 2019 version 16.11. The last stable release of Visual Studio 2019 was more focused on Git productivity improvements and it looks like the company is still focused on further improvements of Git integration.

 

Recently, Microsoft released Visual Studio 2019 version 16.11; and in this build, we could see further improvements to Git Tooling. For a detailed list of improvements added in this build, continue reading further.

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Microsoft recently released Visual Studio 2019 version 16.10, and along with that, the company also released Visual Studio 2019 version 16.11 Preview 1. In this first preview release of Visual Studio 2019 version 16.11, Microsoft added the new Hot Reload user experience to the IDE.

 

So, what does it mean? How will you get beneficial with that Hot Reload User Experience feature of Visual Studio 2019? Let's drive into details to learn more about it.

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Microsoft announces the release of Visual Studio 2019 version 16.10. This is the most recent version of Microsoft Visual Studio 2019 generally available as of today. Along with this, the company also announces the first preview release of Visual Studio 2019 version 16.11.

 

In this release of Visual Studio 2019, Microsoft focused on developer productivity and convenience. As part of this, they added around 20 new features for C++ devs, improved Git integration, improved profiling tools, and a host of new features that will improve your productivity.

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It's already two years when Visual Studio 2019 was released by Microsoft. Since then, the company released so many updates for the IDE with new features, improvements, and fixes. As of now, the latest version of Visual Studio 2019 is 16.9; and the company is already working on Visual Studio 2019 version 16.10, planned to be released sometime this year.

 

The forthcoming version of Visual Studio 2019 will be more focused on Git productivity improvements. To date, with the preview bits, they have added many new features and improvements in integrating Git close to the IDE. Here we will list all those new Git features coming to Visual Studio 2019 v16.10.

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Recently Microsoft releases Visual Studio 2019 version 16.9, which brings a set of new .NET productivity features, improvements to the IDE, remote debugging improvements, and more. With this release, Microsoft also adds an AI-powered Visual Studio Search service.

 

This feature has been integrated into the shortcut CTRL + Q for intelligent Visual Studio feature searches. Continue reading further to know more about this feature.

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During the Ignite 2021 conference, Microsoft released Visual Studio 2019 version 16.9 which came with several new features and improvements. Microsoft also released a Preview Build of the Visual Studio 2019 version 16.10 with some more improvements for the IDE.

 

One of these new features is the ability to remove unused binary references from the projects loaded in Microsoft Visual Studio 2019. Let's learn how this can be beneficial for you.

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During the Ignite 2021 conference, Microsoft announced the availability of the fourth supported servicing baseline for Microsoft Visual Studio 2019. If you are one of the customers using the Enterprise or Professional edition of Visual Studio 2019 are encouraged to standardize by upgrading to the latest stable channel version.

 

Microsoft Visual Studio 2019 version 16.9 brings a set of .NET productivity features, improvements to the IDE, remote debugging, and more. To get the latest version of Visual Studio 2019, navigate to this page.

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During the //dotNetConf2020 virtual event, Microsoft releases Visual Studio 2019 version 16.8. The latest version of Visual Studio 2019 adds many new features and improvements, along with support for a unified .NET framework (.NET 5.0), C# 9.0, and F# 5.0.

 

The latest version of Visual Studio 2019 also comes with a set of new productivity improvements for Git. Here in this post, we are going to see what's new has been added for Git.

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Microsoft releases a new version of Visual Studio 2019, pushing version no. to 16.8. The latest version of Visual Studio 2019 includes many new features and improvements, which you can now download and install on your development environment to build production-ready applications.

 

If you are already running Visual Studio 2019, check for updates. If you are going to use it for the first time, here's how you can download the latest version of Visual Studio 2019 and get the power of the latest IDE offerings from Microsoft.

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Microsoft releases Visual Studio 2019, version 16.7, marking it the most current version of Visual Studio. In this release, the software giant added a set of new improvements to the Git Productivity tool, Test Explorer, Debugger and Profiler tool, XAML tools, Quick Actions, and Refactorings menu, JavaSript, Xamarin, and more.

 

To know more about the latest version, the new features, and to download the latest version of Visual Studio 2019, keep reading further.

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Microsoft releases Visual Studio 2019, version 16.5, marking it the most current version of Visual Studio. In this release, the software giant added very few improvements to the IDE but includes a set of new features for XAML, .NET, C++, JavaScript/TypeScript, Xamarin, Debugging, Testing.

 

To know more about the latest version, the new features, and to download the latest version of Visual Studio 2019, keep reading further.

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With the release of Visual Studio 2019 version 16.4.0, Microsoft now removed the dependency of GitHub extension and directly included the GitHub support to Visual Studio 2019. If you are a developer having GitHub as your source control repository, you can now directly publish your local Git repository to GitHub.

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During the .NET Conference 2019, Microsoft released the next feature update (version 16.3) of Visual Studio 2019 that now supports .NET Core 3.0, C# 8.0 and F# 4.7. The new update also brings many new enhancements to the IDE.

 

Continue reading further to know about the new enhancements along with the link to download the latest version of Visual Studio 2019.

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Finally the wait is over! In the .NET Conference 2019, Microsoft released the .NET Core 3.0 that now supports Windows desktop apps like WPF (Windows Presentation Foundation) and Windows Forms, along with C# 8 language features.

 

Here's everything that you would like to know about .NET Core 3.0 and the links to download the SDK and runtime for different platforms.

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Microsoft is continuing its efforts to make you more productive with Visual Studio 2019. With the next feature release of the IDE, they are going to add Container Tools to make you more productive in creating serverless solutions.

 

To try out this feature before the public release, you need to install the latest preview version of Visual Studio 2019. Continue reading to know more.

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Microsoft releases the next preview build of Visual Studio 2019. The latest version of Visual Studio 2019 (version 16.1 Preview 3) comes with IntelliCode. Addition to other improvements, it also includes an early preview of the XAML Designer for developers building .NET Core 3.0 WPF applications.

 

If you are on Preview channel, you wouldn't like to miss the IntelliCode and other improvements before anyone on the Release channel.

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Visual Studio 2019, which was released by Microsoft on 2nd April 2019, by organizing an online launch event, now entered into 2nd preview bit. That means, you can now experience the latest updates to Visual Studio 2019 before the next feature release and provide continuous feedback.

 

If you are one of the early adopter, Visual Studio 2019 version 16.1 Preview 2 is now available for download. Here's how to download the latest test build.

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Microsoft released Visual Studio 2019, the latest version of the Visual Studio IDE which is committed towards faster execution, real-time collaboration and more productive features for developers to perform their tasks.

 

You can now download the latest version of the Visual Studio 2019 (RTM) from Microsoft sites. If you are already using the Release Candidate, update it now.

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