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  • 11
    You confused VS with XCode. 🤔
  • 11
    You confused vscode with windows 10.
  • 3
    The buuuuuuuuuuuuurnnnnn!
  • 12
    @socksAndSandles you confused VS with VSCode
  • 7
    Savage
  • 8
    @Milenchy LOOOOL. No matter they all suck except vscode.
  • 14
    Jokes on you. Visual Studio 2017 has been really stable for me. Can’t really complain. This is seriously one of the best Microsoft’s products lately.
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  • 5
    @c3ypt1c i5-4670, 12 GB RAM, 256 GB SSD, GTX 1050 Ti.
    But I also ran it on laptop with i7-2620, 4GB RAM, 256 GB HDD, HD3000
  • 3
    @athlon Agreed. Have also found it super stable.
  • 0
    Well you're not wrong..😂😂😂
  • 3
    I usually have 3+ instances of VS 2017 open at work because I'm usually jumping from one project to another... It rarely crashes for me... I guess you're using if wrong 😂😂😂
  • 3
    There was only one specific version of vs2017 15.x that was crashing, all the others never crashed on me... But here you just put a rant about ms, and people without even know will give you ++and blame ms in the comments
  • 0
    @MrCSharp or maybe you're using it wrong :P .. it's microsoft ... who really knows ?
  • 1
    @duetopain such a nice joke... oh wait 90s are calling, they wants you back
  • 1
    I can't remember if VS even has crashed for me, I usally run one instance but could go up to 6 instances. But I use R#
  • 0
    To start programming

    1. Launch visual studio
    2. Be informed that something is wrong and to launch the installer
    3. Launch the installer
    4. Update the installer.
    5. Reboot
    6. Launcher starts updating vs
    7. 3 GB and a long time later
    8. Reboot.
    9. Launcher still installing
    10. Launch visual studio
  • 1
    @epse I usually do this
    Download the installer
    Lunch the installer
    Lunch vs
  • 1
    @dontbeevil I already had it instead for ages.. Just didn't want to launch all of a sudden
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