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Visual Studio 2017


MFR # C5E-01307

Microsoft Visual Studio 2017 Professional

  Digital Download
  Order before 5:00 pm PT to receive within 3-5 business days
  • Supports 1 User / 1 Device
  • Runs On Windows
  • 1 Installation
  • Licensed for Home and Commercial Use
Microsoft Visual Studio 2017 Professional | Microsoft Microsoft Visual Studio 2017 Professional
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Product Specifications

  • Includes:
    • Microsoft Visual Studio 2017 Professional
  • Installation Method: Digital Download
  • Estimated Delivery Time:3 - 5 Business Days
  • Users Supported: 1 User
  • Devices Supported: 1 Device
  • Installations Supported: 1 Installation
  • License Type: Perpetual
  • License Term: Indefinite
  • Licensed Use: Licensed for Home and Commercial Use
  • Brand: Microsoft
  • Manufacturer Part Number: C5E-01307
  • Platform Supported: Windows
  • Operating Systems Supported: Windows 10, Windows Server 2016, Windows 8.1, Windows Server 2012 R2, Windows 7
  • Minimum Hard Drive Space: 130 GB
  • Minimum Memory: 2 GB
  • Minimum Processor Speed: 1.8 GHz


Microsoft Visual Studio 2017 Professional

Build smarter apps, fast
New features, such as live dependency validation, help drive DevOps earlier in the development process. In addition, enhancements to popular features, like code navigation, IntelliSense, refactoring, and code fixes, save you time and effort, regardless of language or platform.

Find and fix bugs sooner
The entire debugging and test experience has been enhanced to help you find and address issues as early as possible. Features like Live Unit Testing, Exception Helpers, and Run to Click tighten your DevOps loop by reducing regression risks and immediately exposing the root cause of new bugs.

Integrate with the cloud
Built-in tools provide comprehensive integration with all of your .NET Core, Azure applications, services, Docker containers, and more. The experience is so seamless that you’ll feel like you’re working from inside an Azure datacenter.

Collaborate efficiently
Directly manage your team projects hosted by any provider, including Visual Studio Team Services, Team Foundation Server, or GitHub. Or use the new Open Any Folder feature to immediately open and work with virtually any code file without a formal project or solution around it.

Deliver quality mobile apps
With Xamarin’s advanced debugging, profiling tools, and unit test generation features, it’s faster and easier than ever for you to build, connect, and tune native mobile apps for Android, iOS, and Windows. You can also choose to develop mobile apps with Apache Cordova or build C++ cross platform libraries.

Level up your language
Visual Studio continues to invest in support for the latest programming language features. Whether working with C#, Visual Basic, C++, TypeScript, F#, or even third-party languages like JavaScript, you’ll find first-class feature support across the entire development experience.

Craft your ideal IDE
A brand-new workload-based installer optimizes your install to make sure you have everything you need and nothing you don’t.

Optimized for performance
Visual Studio is packed with tons of performance enhancements to the core features you use every day. You’ll also see a noticeably faster startup time, lower memory footprint, and higher degree of responsiveness throughout the entire development lifecycle.

Deliver software faster
Together with Visual Studio Team Services and Team Foundation Server, seamlessly deliver software to any targeted platform. Extend DevOps processes to SQL Server through Redgate Data Tools and safely automate database deployments from Visual Studio. Xamarin Test Recorder, together with Xamarin test cloud let you test on thousands of physical devices right from within the IDE.

Stay ahead of the curve
Enjoy complementary access to training from top partners, including Pluralsight and Opsgility, for Enterprise and Professional customers. You’ll also get access to software licenses from select partners, such as Parallels and SyncFusion.


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Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
No pleasure of complaints

C# is great for general purpose language. We're using Visual Studio 2017 professional in developing new software within C#. We're also using it in supportng legacy C#, legacy ASP, and ASP.NET. Visual Studio happens to be highly effective in such scenarios. As a matter of fact, our team members are also using it in developing web pages. There are no issues i can complain about, though i love complaining. Still, Microsoft Visual Studio 2017 gives me nothing for that pleasure.

Amazing Stuff

I'm a front end developer workin on MVC apps on a daily basis. Intellisense is an awesome functionality that assisted me in writing code super quickly. This is better compared to the Dreamweaver that I was used to back then. Amazing stuff this Microsoft Visual Studio 2017 Professional! In own personal opinion, Visual Studio happens to be a top-of-the-line IDE. It's the latest in C#, .NET, and Visual Basic development for the Windows OS. Some versions are free while others come with an MSDN subscription. These days there are variants that run on both Mac OS and Linux. Microsoft is doing so much today that also includes the ability to run on products that don't run Microsoft.

Functionality is IntelliSense

One of Visual Studio's standout functionality is IntelliSense. A lot of IDEs possess it but the one it has is a lot functionality. This is because it showcases errors and suggestions. Even when utilizing the function/method, it'll showcase a short documentation. A documentation is also shown for the present parameter. Other awesome functioanlity includes a profiler and a built-in debugger. Visual Studio 2017 Professional is one awesome IDE. But nothing comes in perfect. One downside is that it lack support for certain languages. Another is that despite Microsoft claiming you programming the C/C++ programs for Linux via Visual Studio, it's still considered immature. The reason is the lack of semaphore, pthread, and unistd.