Monday, May 02, 2011 3:19 AMAnybody else hoping Microsoft releases a SP2 for Visual Studio 2010, instead of just taking everyone's feedback and rolling it into the "next major release"? I'm actually getting tired of this thing of studio getting just 1 SP...*especially* when there's been as many bugs filed (in total) as there have been for Studio 2010.
Tuesday, May 03, 2011 6:47 AM
Thanks for your post.
It is a reasonable suggestion, do you mind if I change its type to general discussion?
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Wednesday, May 04, 2011 7:25 PMSure, that's fine. There are quite a few outstanding bugs (example: cursor disappears in HTML or Source code view for aspx files) already at this point in 2011. I think MS should release a SP2 before the end of this year. I realize they are hard at work on the next version, but it seems fair for someone who purchased 2010 to expect the product to be updated.
Monday, May 30, 2011 2:20 PMI don't remember seeing so many bugs listed on Connect for VS 2008. There's a lot out there for VS 2010. I really hope MS releases a SP2 before they release the next version. I sure hope MS doesn't think VS is a disposable commodity, and that it's just expected that you always upgrade to the next version to get bug fixes. I get the feeling that's the way they think, but I sincerely hope it isn't.
Monday, May 30, 2011 2:20 PMI wonder if there's any use in submitting a suggestion on the Connect site? Anybody think so?
Thursday, February 16, 2012 5:49 PMCouldn't hurt. Maybe then we will get a program that actually works decently well. I don't like the fact that the program costs so much, but it only works about 75% of the time. I don't like spending almost a grand on a program that shuts itself down on me at least once a day.
Thursday, February 16, 2012 6:58 PM
I thinks microsoft not Release Sevice Pack 2 in nearest future. you have to suffer with your errors.
there is no way because we select VS.
Tuesday, May 01, 2012 7:50 PMI'm really getting tired of frequent crashes, especially when intellisense goes bonkers... I get a crash at least once per hour. Sometimes a few minutes apart when i'm in the middle of important work. They should really test it on large projects that were upgraded from previous versions of VS. I'm really starting to consider alternatives if they provide more stability... I've gone as far as to only work from a virtual machine, with only VS2010 installed, patched up to date and even in this cleanest of clean environments the thing crashes like all hell. There's just too much crap in there... they really need to modularize it more so we can just eliminate the garbage. I don't use 3/4 of all the stuff that's in those menu's. Just the toolbox, designer, solution explorer (another mess when you hit 2GB ram usage), some debug buttons and windows. That's it... I even stopped using datasets because they're so slow to work with. Now I have a query class that I pass raw sql strings to that returns a datatable instead.
Thursday, May 03, 2012 7:26 PMVisual Studio is not the cause of your issues. Go to StackOverflow.com. There are numerous resolutions regarding Visual Studio crashes.