Microsoft has just rolled out the Visual Studio 2019 Release Candidate (RC). While the final version of the Visual Studio 2019 will be available to the general public at an online launch event on 2nd April.
What to expect in Visual Studio 2019?
Visual Studio 2019 comes as a complete package for both teams and individuals. The latest version is a lot more productive, faster, reliable and easier to get started and also easier to use for everyone.
This release introduced a couple of new features including expanded refactoring capabilities, IntelliCode for AI-assisted IntelliSense, smarter debugging and others.
Moreover, two product channels have also been introduced along with the latest release. You can download Visual Studio 2019 RC from the release channel, while Visual Studio 2019 Preview 4 is available at the preview channel.
Download Visual Studio 2019
If you are interested in getting early access to the upcoming version of Visual Studio, you can always download Visual Studio 2019 Release Candidate (RC).
Visual Studio 2019 will be available to the general users on 2nd April. You can easily install the Visual Studio 2019 RC build if you already have Visual Studio 2019 Preview builds and Visual Studio 2017.
The Visual Studio Preview can be downloaded from the official page. Additionally, you can always head towards the developer’s forum to report an issue or provide feedback to Microsoft. You can also use the UserVoice page in order to log feature requests and new product suggestions.
Download Visual Studio 2019 RC [Microsoft direct download link]
Download Visual Studio 2019 Preview 4 [Microsoft direct download link]
The preview channel will continue to offer an early look at upcoming features, just as you’ve become accustomed to in Visual Studio 2017.
Additionally, the company has also introduced Professional, Community and Enterprise editions for each of the two channels. Microsoft added some additional features to the Enterprise Editions and Professional of the IDE.
The company said in an announcement that a preview of Time Travel Debugging (TTD) that has been integrated with the Snapshot Debugger will be available along with the Visual Studio Enterprise 2019.
Furthermore, if you are interested in finding out in detail regarding the Visual Studio 2019 release you can simply head towards the Developer Community page.
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