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What next for Visual Studio? Microsoft's monster IDE can't please everyone and 64-bit will not solve legacy problems

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I can honestly see .net 6 or 7 (VS2024 or 2026) being the version where windows dev options become a complete install or explicit opt in option when installing (much like windbg used to be part of a default install), cant remember the last time i did anything that exclusively targeted windows

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