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Debug code with force run to cursor
Debug code with force run to cursor
Starting Visual Studio 2022 Preview 2 you can use "Force Run To Cursor". It is like "Run To Cursor," but you can keep your breakpoints and the debugger will skip over them until it reaches the line of code with the cursor. It will also skip any of the first-chance exceptions break conditions that may occur.
Visual Studio 2022 Preview 2 is out!
Visual Studio 2022 Preview 2 is out!
We're excited to announce the second preview release of Visual Studio 2022! Preview 1 was the first-ever 64-bit Visual Studio, delivering improved scalability. Starting with Preview 2, we’re focusing on delivering new capabilities on the themes of personal and team productivity, modern development, and constant innovation. In this blog we’...
.NET Object Allocation Tool Performance
.NET Object Allocation Tool Performance
With the release of Visual Studio 16.10 comes a new analysis engine for the Performance Profiler, with the .NET Object Allocation Tool being the first tool to be onboarded. This provides the tool with some new features and a significant perf boost. Give it a shot with your C# app and see what spurious allocations you can remove to speed up ...
Let’s make Visual Studio even more accessible together.
Let’s make Visual Studio even more accessible together.
Visual Studio wants to be the most accessible IDE available today. We've made huge strides, but we want to do even more. In this post, we'll talk about some of the new innovations we're exploring and we'd love your feedback. We want to make sure we're making the features that folks will love and we'd love to hear from you.
Gain +10 Debugging for Unity with Visual Studio
Gain +10 Debugging for Unity with Visual Studio
If you’re like me, you’ve probably searched through Debug.Log messages in the Unity console to find or fix a bug. Have you also asked if there was a better way? Follow along with our new video series and by the end we think you’ll be surprised at how a few simple debugging tools in Visual Studio can transform your workflow with Unity.
Visual Studio 2022 Preview 1 now available!
Visual Studio 2022 Preview 1 now available!
We're excited to announce that the first preview release of Visual Studio 2022 is ready to install! This is the first release of a 64-bit Visual Studio and we’d love for you to download it, try it out, and join us in shaping the next major release of Visual Studio with your feedback.