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# Wednesday, August 25, 2010

Earlier, there was a hype about how good VS 2010 is.

When we tried the beta and found that it's noticeably slower than VS 2008, we assumed that release will do better.

Unfortunately, that was an optimistic assumption.

Comparing VS 2008 and VS 2010 we can confirm that later:

  • eats more memory;
  • exhibits slower experience with C# projects (often hangs for a long periods and even crushes);
  • incapable to work with xslt 2.0 files;
  • has removed Shift+Enter key stroke to insert <br/> in html editor (why?);
  • has removed visualizer of the StringBuilder (in debugger).

Are we using too outdated hardware (laptops Lenovo T60 2GHz Core Duo/2GB RAM)? Other reason?

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