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Old 04-21-2021, 17:00
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Visual Studio 2022

The next major release of Visual Studio will be faster, more approachable, and more lightweight, designed for both learners and those building industrial scale solutions. For the first time ever, Visual Studio will be 64-bit. The user experience will feel cleaner, intelligent, and action oriented. The first public preview of Visual Studio 2022 will be released this summer.

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First Preview:
https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/visualstudio/releases/2022/release-notes-preview
Despite the officially declared support only for win10 x64, the installer also started on 8.1 x86.

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The most bloated product ever !
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After 10 years of making excuses for why x64 bit support was too hard, MSFT finally adds support... Its not that hard, changing variable types and some format strings, etc. Granted with a huge code base, its bound to require serious testing. It was clear they would only do it for a selling point, and that it's become an embarrassment by 2022.
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The most bloated product ever !

yup final will probably come in at 100MB !
need a separate hard drive just for VS install.
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Old 06-18-2021, 13:57
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After you complete the installation, go to Control Panel - > Add Remove Programs
and just look how many packages were installed along with Visual Studio !
and also compare the registry size before and after installation.
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I imagine they make it for dedicated development machines only. It's those customers with the big money they care about anyway. Its disk and registry usage is atrocious. But it's still a pretty powerful fun to use productivity development tool. It's at least become a bit more flexible with installation customization over the years.
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The "process separation" which was advertised to improve the "snappiness" of the UI just made it even slower. Good stuff...
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