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Visual Studio 2010 Ready for Prime Time

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After parts of it were in beta for almost a year, Microsoft's Visual Studio 2010 is now available for download here and purchase in a variety of versions. Visual Studio 2010 runs on all versions of Windows since XP with SP3. It contains a long list of innovations and improvements, not the least of which is full support for multiple monitors. The full kit takes up more than seven gigabytes on your hard drive, and installing it is very easy, almost a one-click process as it loads the dozens of supporting tools and interfaces.

Here’s what’s new in Visual Studio 2010.

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Visual Studio 2010 has a simple installer that will load up your drive with dozens of supporting programs.

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Click to Download Visual Studio 2010

David Strom
Strom is the former editor-in-chief at Tom's Hardware and the founding editor-in-chief of Network Computing magazine. He has written thousands of articles for dozens of technical publications and websites, and written two books on computer networking.