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Visual Studio 2017 includes some clever new quick coding features, better debugging and a much better installation routine, as this blog explains.
Posted by Andy Brown on 19 January 2018
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Installing Visual Studio 2017
I installed the free VS Community Edition from here. The choices screen is much nicer to use:
Tick the options you want to install.
You can see the cumulative effect of your choices on the right:
I'm not into gaming, C++ or Python, so this is my list after ticking my boxes.
You can choose from 14 languages:
I've gone for English ...
And that's it! The very next step starts the installation process:
Sigh ... 99% to go.
Despite the note above, installing Visual Studio 2017 seemed much quicker than predecessor versions.