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Microsoft Visual Studio 2022 AIO ver. 17.4.0 AIO (Enterprise, Professional) (x64) | 28.48 GB
Integrated development environment for almost all target platforms from Win Desktop and Windows Universal to mobile platforms Win Phone, Android, iOS. This distribution has ALL editions of the studio 2022
System requirements :
Operating system :
Windows 11 Home, Pro, Pro Education, Pro for Workstations, Enterprise, and Education
Windows 10 (1909+) or higher: Home, Professional, Education, and Enterprise (in real life, it is installed on versions up to 1909 and on LTSC
64-bit processor 1.8+GHz (4+ cores are recommended), the studio is not installed on ARMs. Memory Minimum 4GB of memory (16GB recommended)
For Windows365 minimum 2 vCPUs and 8GB of memory (4 vCPUs and 16GB of memory recommended)
Free hard disk space from 850MB to 210GB depending on installed components (typically 10-50GB). It is recommended to install on SSD drives for speed
Video with a resolution of 1366x768 (recommended resolution of 1920x1080)
If the installer asks you to download some components or there are some other problems with the installer (including suspected viruses) ... try rehashing this distribution or run an installer integrity check by executing Check_Files.cmd .
React depending on the results of the diagnostics (well, that is, either unsubscribe here about errors, or just download the crooked components again)
Studio CAN be downloaded from Microsoft. Those. components in the Installer folder must be completely identical to those downloaded from Microsoft. If you find a difference - write.
This distribution presents ALL existing editions of the 2022 studio version 17.4.0 "in one bottle"! AIO is "All in One". Singling out the studio editions separately does not give a noticeable size savings ... that's why AIO was made.
To save size, there is a separate distribution for those who need only C ++
Administrator rights are required to install Visual Studio.
.NET Framework 4.5.2 or above is required to install Visual Studio. Visual Studio requires .NET Framework 4.8 to run. If .NET Framework 4.8 isn't already installed, it will be installed during setup.
Universal Windows app development, including designing, editing, and debugging, requires Windows 10. Windows Server 2019 and Windows Server 2016 may be used to build Universal Windows apps from the command line.
Team Foundation Server 2019 Office Integration requires Office 2016, Office 2013, or Office 2010.
Changing the composition of components
( do not write questions in the discussion without reading the info below !!! )
• If the installer does not have access to the Internet, then install the studio certificates into the system by executing Certificates_Setup.cmd ON BEHALF OF THE ADMINISTRATOR (once in the life of the system enough). If at the time of launching the studio installer there is neither Internet access nor certificates installed in the system, then the studio installer can simply quietly close without explaining the essence of the problem to you
• Finally, run the studio installer by executing Setup_.cmd, where is the studio edition. Community contains enough features for normal comfortable programming and is free (although after 30 days it will require you to log into your microsoft account). Professional and Enterprise contain more features and even more features, respectively, and do not require a microsoft account (if you enter the key). Plugins for the studio are installed on the Community, Professional and Enterprise editions (the previous Express edition, which did not support plugins, is no longer released). In the BuildTools edition - only build tools (there is no IDE). Rare editions like TeamExplorer are present in the distribution, as they added little weight to the distribution (most people do not need this, and those who need it know what it is).
If you install the Enterprise or Professional edition, then the following numbers will probably be useful to you
What's new in Visual Studio 2022 17.2
• In 17.1 we introduced peripheral register and rtos views for embedded developers
• Added compiler support for C++23 feature deducing this, available under the /std:c++latest flag.
• Added inline parameter name and type hint support, toggled by pressing Alt+F1 or double-tapping Ctrl. This behavior can be customized under Tools > Options > Text Editors > C/C++ > IntelliSense. Inline parameter name and type hints
• Added experimental support for C++20 modules in CMake projects. This is currently only available with the Visual Studio (MSBuild) generator.
• Added IntelliSense support for C++23 features deducing this and if consteval.
• In 17.1 we introduced peripheral register and RTOS views for embedded developers. We are continuing to improve the capabilities of those views with usability improvements in 17.2:
• The RTOS tool window is now hidden by default, this prevents showing a tool window with error messages that are not relevant when an RTOS is not being used.
• When a user double clicks on an RTOS object in the tool window it adds a watch for the object.
• When a user selects the stack pointer start/end values in the RTOS tool window it is opened in the memory window.
• Thread awareness has been added for device targets for the call stack window.
• Added implementaion of the remaining C++20 defect reports (a.k.a. backports). All C++20 features are now available under the /std:c++20 switch. For more information about the implemented backports, please see C++20 Defect Reports project on microsoft/STL GitHub repository and this blogpost
• Added various C++23 Library featues, available under the /std:c++latest flag. For details about the new features, please refer to the STL Repo changelog
• Improved performance of the initial C++ indexing by up to 20%, depending on the depth of the include graph.
• Visual Studio can now automatically save code documents whenever the application loses focus. This feature can be accessed via Tools > Options > Environment > Document
• For 17.2, we fixed an issue preventing customers from installing Visual Studio due to a GPO policy setting in the system registry. Visual Studio will now function the same way that WebView2 functions with regard to this installation.
• Enhanced line staging experience by allowing stage line adornment to work in different diff modes (side by side, inline, left, right view).
• Stage and Undo commands in peek toolbar now operate on the target hunk.
• Added the ability to enable Git commit-graph for better history and Git operations performance.
• Improved interactive staging by adding support for staging individual lines of code right from the editor and the diff view.
• Enhanced the branch checkout experience, a.k.a branch switching by adding in more options and context for when there are un-committed changes.
• Enhanced the detached HEAD experience by providing the option to keep or discard commits when switching to a branch.
• Added an option to include license template when creating a new repository.
• Line-staging support, a.k.a interactive staging with the ability to stage specific lines and/or chunks of code right from the editor and the diff view.
• Azure DevOps connection detection enhancements making it easier to related work items to commits.
• Visual Studio now consumes 64-bit Git for Windows.
• You can now use a faster code coverage window with more flexible columns to organize and save your view. You can enable the code coverage experience improvements in Tools > Options > Environment > Preview Features.
• Remote Testing now supports test runs against remote arm64 windows environments.
• Significant improvements across full functionality of Live Unit Testing are available under a preview feature flag including:
* Supporting more solutions out-of-the-box than before
* Better handling of large solutions
* Better default behavior working with large test sets
* Better cancellation abilities of test runs in progress
* More configuration options with new Live Unit Testing wizard and Lutignore file
* Enable this new Live Unit Testing build experience in Tools > Options > Environment > Preview Features and read our blog post to learn more.
• We are also previewing a more advanced test progress bar that includes more details on where the Test Explorer is in the test execution process with live updates.
• We now surface embedded source and Source Link as part of Go to Implementation if a referenced assembly has embedded source or Source Link. This allows you to navigate to the original source files that implement the target symbol.
• In .NET 7 we added a new attribute called the StringSyntaxAttribute which will allow you to tell us what kind of data a string represents such as JSON, Regex, or DateTime. We added support for this attribute so you will get syntax highlighting for the new StringSyntaxAttribute for JSON.
• We added a diagnostic message for the new JSON StringSyntaxAttribute when there is a misplaced string literal in an object literal to say that a colon is expected.
• We now have a refactoring that wraps a collection of initializers for both Visual Basic and C#.
• We now support embedded languages for the new C# 11 language feature raw string literals. To use raw string literals, set the language version in your project file to preview: preview.
• Background Code Analysis now has more configuration options in Tools > Options allowing you to set the diagnostic scope to None in-order to turn off Background Code Analysis.
• Code Cleanup now supports all code style options.
• We added a new code fix for parameterless constructors inside of structs.
• We added support for StringSyntaxAttribute so you will get syntax highlighting in Visual Studio based on the type of data that the string represents.
• Quick Info will now display signatures of anonymous delegates.
• Double clicking on inline parameter or type hints will now insert parameter or type names.
• We added a new refactoring that removes unnecessary lambda expressions and calls the method group directly.
• In C# 11 we added a new language feature called raw string literals. We now have a refactoring to convert a normal or verbatim string literal to a raw string literal.
Razor (ASP.NET Core) Editor
• The new Razor editor now shows you the colors inline for text document colors.
• The new Razor editor now supports the ability to collapse regions.
• The new Razor editor now supports the "wrap div" shortcut Shift+Alt+W.
• For 17.1, IntelliCode started suggesting quick actions for C# based on a user's intent in the IntelliSense list. For 17.2, these are now shown as auto-suggested code that appears in the editor upon typing.
• For 17.2, IntelliCode's suggestions for repeated edits also appear as auto-suggested code when the suggested edit only involves adding code. This applies to both edits that span single lines and multiple lines.
• You can now add Docker Compose container orchestration support to an Azure Functions project and debug it locally.
• We added .NET 7 support.
.NET Debugging with WSL
• Improved troubleshooting for configuration issues including an automated installation of WSL.
• We added .NET 7 support.
• SQL Server Data Tools
• Added support for column-level encryption in SQL projects targeting in Azure Synapse Analytics.
• Creation of new Azure Function projects is now fully integrated into the general New Project dialog allowing you to pick and configure Azure Function triggers without the need for an additional dialog. You also get the option to create a dockerfile as part of the project creation. When further configuration through Connected Services is needed, the experience navigates you there and guides you through the rest of the steps.
• You can now connect your application to PostgreSQL (Postgres - Official Image | Docker Hub), MongoDB (Mongo - Official Image | Docker Hub) and SQLite (Data Source=Sqllite.db) through the Connected Services experience
• Warnings coming from scaffolded coded and its non-nullable properties will be hidden by default by adding the property "Nullable" with the value "annotions" in the corresponding .csproj file.
• The Add Dependency dialog in Connected Services now features a search experience.
• Improved proxy support by detecting when users are behind a proxy and proactively prompting for credentials when Visual Studio needs to access online resources
Microsoft Teams development tools
• The Microsoft Teams App project template has been improved and now creates configuration files consistent with the teamsfx CLI, including the .fx folder.
* We recommend creating a new project using the updated template for any existing Teams Apps you've created with previous versions of the Teams Toolkit.
• We've removed account selection and automatic registration of Teams resources from the Microsoft Teams App project template.
* You can now choose when to sign-in with your M365 identity and register app resources using the Project > Teams Toolkit > Configure Microsoft Teams App menu option.
* Updates to the manifest.*.template.json files can be synchronized with Teams Developer Portal by selecting this menu item again at any time.
• You can now create and debug Bots for Microsoft Teams.
* Create a new project using the Microsoft Teams App project template and select the Bot capability.
* Use the Project > Teams Toolkit > Configure Microsoft Teams app menu to register the app and Bot.
• You can now create resources for Tabs and Bots in your Azure subscription.
* Use the Project > Teams Toolkit > Provision in the Cloud menu to create resources in a subscription.
* Use the Project > Teams Toolkit > Deploy to the Cloud menu to publish code to those resources.
• You can open remotely hosted resources in a browser that are created from the Provision menu using the Preview Teams app menu.
Debugging & Diagnostics
• We now support a new data visualizer to evaluate the IEnumerable interface implementations.
• IEnumerable visualizer will help explore larger collections objects in tabular view.
• We added support for Dependent Tracepoint.
• Now you can set any breakpoint dependent on the tracepoint and vice versa.
• If the breakpoint is dependent on tracepoint it hits only after the tracepoint is hit. (i.e., after the trace/log message is printed in the output window)
• Fixed an issue where Account picker under "Azure Service Authentication" is broken and causes a restart of VS, and people using languages other than English were unable to pick a different account/add a new one for Azure Service Authentication.
• This version of Visual Studio includes Win App SDK 1.0.3 see Windows App SDK release channels - Windows apps | Microsoft Docs for more details.
• Fixed an issue where Solutions containing WiX projects crash on open.
• Fixed an issue where Tooltips are not displayed properly on Daytona controls.
• Updated the webview2 baseline in Daytona.
• Fixed an issue where "Sync branch" would fail in the scenario where "local and remote branches have diverged" and "pull.rebase was unset".
• Fixed issue where user building native C++ app targeting Android platform encounters build errors if workload "Mobile Development with .NET" is also installed.
• Fixed a UI delay after Windows Forms .NET project load or build when Toolbox has not yet initialized.
• Fixed missing bitwise enum warnings for some inputs.
• Selecting "Load All Symbols" in the CPU Tool no longer causes blank lines to show in analysis.
• IntelliSense is no longer extremely slow (taking almost a minute to respond) on a pattern used in the Vulkan SDK's C++ headers.
• Addressed an issue that could pop up "CMake Integration" dialog and lead to CMake stop working after saving changes to your CMakeLists.txt.
• Improved performance of build configuration switching with CMake projects
• Improved performance when editing large Razor source files.
• Fixed an issue in the CPU Usage Tool views where text was clipped by blue usage bars
• Removed an incorrect message stating there are no top insights in the CPU Usage tool even when there are top insights.
• Fixed a bug where "No insights found" message in CPU Usage tool was not properly localized
• Fixed an issue preventing some customers from installing Visual Studio due to a GPO policy setting in the system registry. Visual Studio will now function the same way that WebView2 functions with regard to this installation.
• Fixed issue 'Unable to install any extension (vsix) for Visual Studio on an offline machine'.
• Fixed the MonoToolchain and emsdk workload installation manifest.
• CancellationToken's delay ignored in Xamarin.Android while using HttpClient
• If I open a solution and then build it, and then expand test explorer I expect to see the tests in the list
• Test explorer stuck "running" test
• Error: Value cannot be null. Parameter name: path1
• FO Bug Fix aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa
• There is a syntax error with the code hint for Intellicode
• Stack Traces with depth between 21 and 23 in Test Explorer
• x:Class Modifier in ResourceDictionary breaks auto completion support in VS when deployed as nuget package
• WPF hot reload not available/working for one solution while it is for another one
• Xamarin HotReload Caught exception in OnAfterSave
• Go To Definition not working (but Peek Definition works)
• Trying to open test log fails with file path too long
• clang v13 ICE with /arch:AVX2
• VS 2022 Hangs on Add new Item
• "Show in Test Explorer" doesn't scroll the test case into view when the Test Explorer view is in "auto hide" mode
• HasSharedItems is explicitly set to empty by VS causing AssignLinkMetadata to be skipped and fail shared projects builds
• German translation: Buttons overlapping in hot reload message box
• Publish: Unable to create publish profile Properties\PublishProfiles\AppService.pubxml
• Tool crashes when using on a specific binary
• 'git' is not recognized as an internal or external command, operable program or batch file.
• Solution Loading Gives Error and Stops since 17.2 Preview 2
• Property Window for XAML file for Xamarin Project is showing blank
• Error LNK2013: BRANCH26 fixup overflow while linking ARM64EC binary
• Compiler process gets stuck in infinite loop at 100% CPU load
• ICE for variantclear analysis with pch in compiler version 17.2p2 (Office; 17.2)
• Xamarin Visual Studio 2022: There was an error while loading your certificates
• Internal compiler error in VS2022 17.2 preview2 targeting ARM
• VS2022 XAML designer does not work when CopyLocal is false
• Vulkan.hpp makes Intellisense slow in Visual Studio 2022
• Bug when CMakeLists.txt in sub-directories (Unable to select CMakeLists.txt in root-folder)
• ENC errors persist after successful build
• SSDT schema compare fails for Azure SQL Managed Instance
• NET MAUI iOS builds fail because Mac Agent does not install up to date MonoToolchain and emsdk workload manifests