Launch: Visual Studio 2022
News|1 November 2021
Join the Visual Studio 2022 launch event on Monday 8 November 2021.
This summer Microsoft launched Visual Studio 2022 in preview, you can now download and install the RC release version to prepare for the General Availability (GA) release. Both RC and GA versions come with a go-live licence for production use.
You should use the RC release if you want to use Visual Studio to build production-ready apps and projects and receive less frequent feature updates. At launch, the RC version will update to the GA version.
You should use the Preview 5 release if you want to try out the latest features of Visual Studio 2022. At launch, the Preview 5 version will update to Visual Studio 2022 17.1 Preview 1 and will contain the latest features.
If you have a licence to the Professional or Enterprise edition and have been using that edition, you can quickly and easily update to Preview 5 or RC and sign in with your subscription user account.
Join the launch party and watch sessions covering:
- What’s new for .NET, ASP.NET and Azure developers
- What’s new for .NET XAML developers
- Building native Windows applications in Visual Studio 2022
- Building cross-platform apps with C++ in Visual Studio 2022
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