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Visual Studio for C++ will suit you if you are programming only "regular" Windows programs in C ++. From this distribution, you can install either only a compiler for C ++ (BuildTools) or also with a development environment in the Enterprise, Professional or Community editions.
Scale to work on projects of any size and complexity with a 64-bit IDE. Code with a new Razor editor that can refactor across files. Diagnose issues with visualizations for async operations and automatic analyzers.
Develop cross-platform mobile and desktop apps with .NET MAUI. Build responsive Web UIs in C# with Blazor. Build, debug, and test .NET and C++ apps in Linux environments. Use hot reload capabilities across .NET and C++ apps. Edit running ASP.NET pages in the web designer view.
AI-powered code completions. Work together in real-time with shared coding sessions. Clone repos, navigate work items, and stage individual lines for commits. Automatically set up CI/CD workflows that can deploy to Azure.
Type less, code more
IntelliCode is a powerful set of automatic code completion tools that understand your code context: variable names, functions, and the type of code you're writing. This makes IntelliCode able to complete up to a whole line at once, helping you code more accurately and confidently.
Deep insights into your code
CodeLens helps you easily find important insights, like what changes have been made, what those changes did, and whether you've run unit testing on your method. Essential information—like references, authors, tests, and commit history—is right there to guide you toward the best and most informed decisions about your work.
Share more than screens
Live Share's real-time collaboration sessions speed up your team's edit and debugging cycles, no matter the language or platform. Personalized sessions with access controls and custom editor settings make sure everyone stays code-consistent.
Stop problems before they're problems
Integrated debugging is a core part of every Visual Studio product. You can step through your code and look at the values stored in variables, set watches on variables to see when values change, examine the execution path of your code, and just about anything else you need to check out under the hood.
Analyze how much code you're testing and see instant results in a test suite that's been optimized for efficiency. Know the impact of every change you make with advanced features that test code as you type. With WSL integration, you can test on both Windows and Linux to make sure your app runs everywhere.
Deploying to the cloud gets even easier. We supply all the templates you'll need for common application types and local emulators. And you can stay right in Visual Studio to provision dependencies, like Azure SQL databases and Azure Storage accounts. You can even diagnose any issues quickly with the remote debugger attached directly to your application.
Integrated version control
Visual Studio 2022 has built-in support for Git version control to clone, create, and open your own repositories. The Git tool window has everything you need for committing and pushing changes to code, managing branches, and resolving merge conflicts. If you have a GitHub account, you can manage those repos directly within Visual Studio.
1.8 GHz or faster 64-bit processor; Quad-core or better recommended. ARM processors are not supported.
Minimum of 4 GB of RAM. Many factors impact resources used; we recommend 16 GB RAM for typical professional solutions.
Windows 365: Minimum 2 vCPU and 8 GB RAM. 4 vCPU and 16 GB of RAM recommended.
Hard disk space: Minimum of 850 MB up to 210 GB of available space, depending on features installed; typical installations require 20-50 GB of free space. We recommend installing Windows and Visual Studio on a solid-state drive (SSD) to increase performance.
Video card that supports a minimum display resolution of WXGA (1366 by 768); Visual Studio will work best at a resolution of 1920 by 1080 or higher.
The principle of installationis not as usual - select the checkboxes that you need ... but on the contrary, REMOVE the checkmarks from what you do NOT need. Well, it's true that there's not much that can be "collected" ... but probably by a third you can reduce the required volume on the disk. You can understand the benefit received by the required size on the disk in the lower right corner of the window. If you need Visual Studio with support for a wider range of purposes, then install this.
• If the installer does not have access to the Internet, then we install certificates for the installer's self-diagnosis by executing Certificates_Setup.cmd ON BEHALF OF THE ADMINISTRATOR
• Run Setup_Cpp.cmd (whereis the edition you need) and in the installer uncheck those components that you don't need. If you, on the contrary, check the box that was not there, then you will need to provide the installer with access to the Internet so that he can download the necessary "from Microsoft"