Microsoft Visual Studio 2019 v16.0.28729.10 RTM Multi language
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Microsoft Visual Studio is an integrated development environment for Windows operating systems. Supports multiple programming languages, such as C ++, C #, Visual Basic.
Write variables quickly and accurately with IntelliSense code hints if you get stuck. Maintain speed regardless of complexity while navigating to any file, type, member or symbol statement you need. Quickly make improvements to the code through bulbs that suggest actions, such as renaming a function or adding a parameter.
CodeLens Analysis helps you easily find important information, such as changes made to the code, the impact of those changes, and whether the method was subjected to unit tests. See references, authors, proofs, confirmation history and other essential information at a glance.
Visual Studio allows you to pause the execution of code when you want to inspect an error, using the required breakpoint and method. If you have gone a step too far or detected an unexpected change, you can go back to any specific line of code, without having to restart the session or re-create the state.
Browse through the test suite and easily organise it so you can analyse the amount of code you test and see the results instantly. Know immediately the impact of each change you make. To do this, allow advanced features to test the code as you type. Correct errors as they occur and see if existing tests cover new changes.
Manage your team with quick and natural collaboration through Live Share to perform editing and debugging at the same time in real time, regardless of language or platform. Customize your session with access controls and custom editor settings that apply consistent coding styles for everyone.
Get up and running quickly using the templates of common application types and local Azure emulators, without the need to use an Azure account. You can also provision the dependencies of the application, such as Azure SQL Database instances and Azure Storage accounts, without leaving Visual Studio. Quickly diagnose any problem using the Visual Studio remote debugger, which connects directly to your application.
2019 Visual Studio News Summary
Work more efficiently with the new download of background updates from Visual Studio.
Control the installation mode of Visual Studio updates.
Collaborate with other users using Visual Studio Live Share, which is installed by default. The support for additional languages for C ++, VB.NET and Razor offers the guests a view of the solution and the sharing of source control differences.
Open the code in which you have recently worked or start from one of the most commonly used flows, such as cloning, opening or creating a project through the new start window.
Create new projects with an improved search experience and filters with the new list of templates stored by popularity.
It has more vertical space for the code and a modernized appearance through a set of new visual changes in the shell.
Get a sharper version of your IDE, regardless of display or scaling settings, since compatibility for monitor recognition has been improved.
Take advantage of Visual Studio’s enhanced search functionality for menus, commands, options, and installable components.
Quickly understand the status of the code file with a document indicator. Run and configure using a one-click code from the indicator.
Easily manage the preview features you subscribed to with a new Preview Features page in the Options dialog box.
Create projects with tag-based search enhancements and a list of “Recent project templates” easily accessible.
Create items directly from Search in Visual Studio and find results faster with improved relevance.
Stay up-to-date on important information, such as Visual Studio Live Share applications, with a new notification experience.
Save a collection of code cleansing repairers as a profile to easily select the repairers you want to run during code cleanup.
Unchain new code fixes and .NET refactorings.
Configure .NET Core projects more easily with first class project files.
View the status of the extensions with tags such as Preview, Paid, and Trial in the Extensions and Updates dialog box.
Check and configure what preview features you want to activate since the default values were restored in this preview version.
Keep the extensions updated by excluding certain Test Window APIs that have been marked as deprecated in this version.
From the start window you can log in, explore and clone with a single click or connect to the repositories hosted by Azure DevOps.
Install extensions of other source code control hosts to view the repositories of your organization and your own.
Experience an improved blue theme experience that directs the comments by marking down the brightness, improving the overall contrast and solving other ease-of-use issues.
Apply the code style preferences from the command line with the global dotnet format tool.
MSBuild and Visual Studio now target the .NET Framework 4.7.2 by default.
The features related to the Azure App Service have been removed from the Server Explorer and an equivalent function is offered in Cloud Explorer instead.
Take control of how the solutions are loaded using the new Visual Studio performance enhancements that affect the speed of execution step by step, the speed of branch change, and much more.
Check the progress of loading the solution in the Task Status Center.
Choose which projects to load into the open solution with the solution filter files.
Improve writing performance by limiting the impact of auxiliary components.
Alternate the new option to disable the restoration of the status of the project hierarchy and the status of the tool window.
Get information about the new shortcut for Compile Selection and quickly compile everything in CMake with the new Compile All command.
Write code faster thanks to improved IntelliSense performance for C ++ files in CMake projects.
Load larger .NET Core solutions and enjoy significant memory reductions by working with them over time.
Load project dependencies quickly with a new project context menu command.
See the performance tips in the performance center.
Debugging and general diagnostics
Search keywords within the Inspection, Automatic and Local Variables windows while debugging, to improve the ability to find objects or values.
See a drop-down list of format specifiers in the Inspection, Automatic, and Local Variables windows when inspecting the data.
Use a custom viewer, now compatible with .NET Core.
Debug very large applications with a large number of modules and PDB files.
Use Active Path Highlighting for CPU tools and DotNet object mapping in the Performance Profile Generator.
Use data breakpoints – a feature originally exclusive to C ++ – to perform an interruption when the property value of a specific object changes in .NET Core applications.
The user interface has been updated to perform automatic searches, local variables and windows with a simpler interface to see. The Deepen search function has been converted into a drop-down in which you can quickly select the desired depth for the initial and subsequent searches.
Control of source code and Team Explorer
Store the changes temporarily to be able to work on another task with the compatibility of Git tools of Team Explorer for the temporary saving of Git.
See the optional extension available in the Visual Studio Marketplace, Pull Request for Visual Studio, which integrates the changes request for changes in Visual Studio.
Use the new Azure DevOps work item experience that focuses on developer workflows, including user-specific work item views, which creates a branch from a work item, looks for work items with #mentions and direct edition.
Use a single unified Visual Studio SDK in the NuGet package Microsoft.VisualStudio.SDK.
Take advantage of an updated VSIX project, which now includes an AsyncPackage class.
Experiment with the new empty VSIX Project template that we have added.
Know if an extension is free, paid or tested, as indicated now in the Extensions and Updates dialog box …. plus
Supported operating systems
Visual Studio 2019 will be installed and run on the following operating systems (64 bits recommended):
Windows 10 version 1703 or later: Home, Professional, Education and Enterprise (LTSC and S are not supported)
Windows Server 2019: Standard and Datacenter
Windows Server 2016: Standard and Datacenter
Windows 8.1 (with the update 2919355): Core, Professional and Enterprise
Windows Server 2012 R2 (with the update 2919355): Essentials, Standard and Datacenter
Windows 7 SP1 (with the most recent updates of Windows) : Home Premium, Professional, Enterprise and Ultimate
Processor 1.8 GHz or higher. Four cores or higher are recommended.
2 GB of RAM; 8 GB of recommended RAM (minimum of 2.5 GB if running in a virtual machine)
Hard disk space: minimum of 800 MB up to 210 GB of available space, depending on installed features; typical installations require between 20 and 50 GB of free space.
Hard disk speed: To improve performance, install Windows and Visual Studio on a solid state drive (SSD).
Video card that supports a minimum screen resolution of 720p (1280 x 720); Visual Studio will work best with a resolution of WXGA (1366 x 768) or higher.
Visual Studio is available in German, Czech, Chinese (simplified), Chinese (traditional), Korean, Spanish, French, English, Italian, Japanese, Polish, Portuguese (Brazil), Russian and Turkish.
You can select the Visual Studio language during installation. The Visual Studio installer is available in the same fourteen languages and matches the Windows language, if available.
Note: The Office integration for Visual Studio Team Foundation Server 2019 is available in the ten languages supported by Visual Studio Team Foundation Server 2019.
Administrator rights are required to install Visual Studio.
.NET Framework 4.5 is required to install Visual Studio. Visual Studio requires the .NET Framework 4.7.2, which will be installed during configuration.
.NET Core introduces specific Windows prerequisites for Windows 8.1 and earlier versions.
The LTSC edition of Windows 10 Enterprise, Windows 10 S and Windows 10 Team Edition are not supported for development. To build applications running on Windows 10 LTSC, Windows 10 S, and Windows 10 Team Edition you can use Visual Studio 2019.
Internet Explorer 11 or Microsoft Edge are necessary for Internet-related scenarios. Some features may not work unless these solutions or later versions are installed.
For compatibility with Hyper-V emulators, a compatible 64-bit operating system is required. A processor that supports Second Level Address Translation (SLAT) is also required.
For compatibility with Android Emulator, a compatible operating system and processor are required.
The development of universal Windows applications, including design, editing and debugging, requires Windows 10. Windows Server 2016 and Windows Server 2012 R2 can be used to create universal Windows applications from the command line.
The Minimum Server Interface and Server Core options are not supported when running Windows Server.
The execution of Visual Studio 2019 (Professional, Community and Enterprise) in Windows containers is not supported.
Team Foundation Server 2019 Office Integration requires Office 2016, Office 2013, or Office 2010.
Xamarin. Android requires a 64-bit edition of Windows and a 64-bit Java Development Kit (JDK).