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8 user reviews
USER SATISFACTION 100%
OUR SCORE 9.2

What is Microsoft Visual Studio?

Microsoft Visual Studio is an integrated development environment (IDE) created by Microsoft. Initially the system was designed to develop computer programs for Microsoft Windows as well as websites, web applications and web services. Today, Visual Studio is used to develop beautiful applications for desktop and mobile platforms, web applications and cloud-based services. For larger teams, Visual Studio provides version control, agile planning, and application control. Coders also have their own version of Visual Studio, which enables them to work on codes for free on popular platforms like Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux.

Overview of Microsoft Visual Studio Benefits

Visual Studio comes with a code editor that supports IntelliSense (the code completion component) as well as code refactoring.  On top of that, the system also has built-in tools such as a forms designer for building GUI applications, web designer, class designer, and database schema designer.

Visual Studio works on leading desktop platforms and enables businesses to develop beautiful web and mobile applications for Android and iOS. It also supports different programming languages, including C, C++ and C++/CLI (via Visual C++), VB.NET (via Visual Basic .NET), C# (via Visual C#), and F# (as of Visual Studio 2010). Support for other languages such as M, Python, and Ruby, among others, is available via language services installed separately. It also supports XML/XSLT, HTML/XHTML, JavaScript, and CSS.

Overview of Microsoft Visual Studio Features

  • Project collaboration
  • Task management
  • Create permissions
  • Manage users
  • Customize dashboard
  • Create reports
  • Export to Excel
  • Java, Ruby, Python etc.
  • Obtain software insights
  • Identifies bugs
  • Hosting included
  • Freemium version
  • Online support
  • Video tutorials
  • View backlogs
  • Eclipse plugin
  • Git client support
  • Scalable packages
  • Upgrade/downgrade pricing
  • Web-based

Microsoft Visual Studio Position In Our Categories

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How Much Does Microsoft Visual Studio Cost?

Microsoft Visual Studio Pricing Plans:
Free trial
Cloud Visual Studio Professional
$45/month
Cloud Visual Studio Enterprise
$250/month
Standard For Testers VSP
$2,169 first year
Standard For For Developers VSP
$1,199 first year
Standard For For Developers VSE
$5,999 first year
Standalone License VSP
$45/user per month
Standalone License VSE
$499/user

Cloud and Standard subscriptions are offered on a monthly or annual basis. There is also a Standalone License available. Several features come with each plan and what we have here are just general offerings. For more details you can check the vendor’s website which includes a comparison chart of the features and benefits of the two subscription plans.

Cloud Subscription

  1. Visual Studio Professional – $45/month
  2. Visual Studio Enterprise – $250/month
  • Visual Studio IDE
  • VSTS
  • Team Foundation Server 2018
  1. Visual Studio Professional – $539/year
  2. Visual Studio Enterprise – $2,999/year
  • Visual Studio IDE
  • VSTS
  • Team Foundation Server 2018
  • Cloud Services
  • Software for dev/test
  • Software for production use
  • Training & Education
  • Partner offers

Standard Subscription

For testers & professionals

  1. Visual Studio Professional – $2,169/1st year per new user & $899/year per user (renewal)
  • Microsoft Store
  • Visual Studio IDE
  • VSTS
  • Team Foundation Server 2018
  • Cloud Services
  • Software for dev/test
  • Software for production use
  • Training & Education
  • Partner offers

For developers

  1. Visual Studio Professional – $1,199/1st year per new user & $799/year per user (renewal)
  2. Visual Studio Enterprise – $5,999/1st year per new user & $2,569/year per user (renewal)
  • Microsoft Store
  • Visual Studio IDE
  • VSTS
  • Team Foundation Server 2018
  • Cloud Services
  • Software for dev/test
  • Software for production use
  • Training & Education
  • Partner offers

Standalone License

  1. Visual Studio Professional – $45/user per month subscription
  2. Visual Studio Enterprise – $499/user
  • Visual Studio IDE
  • VSTS
  • Team Foundation Server 2018

User Satisfaction

We realize that when you make a decision to buy IT Management Software it’s important not only to see how experts evaluate it in their reviews, but also to find out if the real people and companies that buy it are actually satisfied with the product. That’s why we’ve created our behavior-based Customer Satisfaction Algorithm™ that gathers customer reviews, comments and Microsoft Visual Studio reviews across a wide range of social media sites. The data is then presented in an easy to digest form showing how many people had positive and negative experience with Microsoft Visual Studio. With that information at hand you should be equipped to make an informed buying decision that you won’t regret.

POSITIVE SOCIAL MENTIONS

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NEGATIVE SOCIAL MENTIONS

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Technical details

Devices Supported
  • Windows
  • Linux
  • Android
  • iPhone/iPad
  • Mac
  • Web-based
Language Support
  • English
Pricing Model
  • Quote-based
Customer Types
  • Small Business
  • Large Enterprises
  • Medium Business

What Support Does This Vendor Offer?

  • TICKETS

Microsoft Visual Studio User Reviews


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Violet 8 months ago
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What are Microsoft Visual Studio pricing details?

Microsoft Visual Studio Pricing Plans:
Free trial
Cloud Visual Studio Professional
$45/month
Cloud Visual Studio Enterprise
$250/month
Standard For Testers VSP
$2,169 first year
Standard For For Developers VSP
$1,199 first year
Standard For For Developers VSE
$5,999 first year
Standalone License VSP
$45/user per month
Standalone License VSE
$499/user

Cloud and Standard subscriptions are offered on a monthly or annual basis. There is also a Standalone License available. Several features come with each plan and what we have here are just general offerings. For more details you can check the vendor’s website which includes a comparison chart of the features and benefits of the two subscription plans.

Cloud Subscription

  1. Visual Studio Professional – $45/month
  2. Visual Studio Enterprise – $250/month
  • Visual Studio IDE
  • VSTS
  • Team Foundation Server 2018
  1. Visual Studio Professional – $539/year
  2. Visual Studio Enterprise – $2,999/year
  • Visual Studio IDE
  • VSTS
  • Team Foundation Server 2018
  • Cloud Services
  • Software for dev/test
  • Software for production use
  • Training & Education
  • Partner offers

Standard Subscription

For testers & professionals

  1. Visual Studio Professional – $2,169/1st year per new user & $899/year per user (renewal)
  • Microsoft Store
  • Visual Studio IDE
  • VSTS
  • Team Foundation Server 2018
  • Cloud Services
  • Software for dev/test
  • Software for production use
  • Training & Education
  • Partner offers

For developers

  1. Visual Studio Professional – $1,199/1st year per new user & $799/year per user (renewal)
  2. Visual Studio Enterprise – $5,999/1st year per new user & $2,569/year per user (renewal)
  • Microsoft Store
  • Visual Studio IDE
  • VSTS
  • Team Foundation Server 2018
  • Cloud Services
  • Software for dev/test
  • Software for production use
  • Training & Education
  • Partner offers

Standalone License

  1. Visual Studio Professional – $45/user per month subscription
  2. Visual Studio Enterprise – $499/user
  • Visual Studio IDE
  • VSTS
  • Team Foundation Server 2018

What integrations are available for Microsoft Visual Studio?

Microsoft Visual Studio Online integrates with the following business systems and applications:

  • Targetprocess
  • Git
  • LeanKit
  • SpiraPlan
  • Stackify
  • Mingle

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The most favorable review

Keith

2 months ago


Pros: Being a front end developer, I began coding with Dreamweaver. As I entered the world of business, I had to utilize Visual Studio. When I first used it, I absolutely hated it. But after several years, I fell in love with everything it's offering. It's getting better with each update and I like its add-on apps as it made things easier for me dealing with coding work.

Cons: Nothing much to hate. I had to include a plugin capable of disabling the code zooming. I tend to accidently zoom code whenever I scroll upward/downward my current page.

The least favorable review

Violet

8 months ago


Pros: So far, it's debuggin and testing functionality are great. I like how each user can switch them to help enhancing their experience in coding. I like its dark theme. Intellisense has been a huge help. I began coding within C# sometime back and it was very much convenient to look at pertinent details that are related to my code.

Cons: Visual Studio will significantly put other processes to a crawl. This is due to its significantly heavy build. The latest version appears to be working a lot efficiently compared to its older version.

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Being a front end developer, I began coding with Dreamweaver. As I entered the world of business, I had to utilize Visual Studio. When I first used it, I absolutely hated...



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Down to its core, Visual Studio is an attractive and functional environment for writing code. It can be done anywhere from backend web services to full-stack development....



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Its Intellisense is simply the best that I've ever seen. There are a bunch of things that I also like. It's difficult to pick out which one works best. Every version...



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So far, it's debuggin and testing functionality are great. I like how each user can switch them to help enhancing their experience in coding. I like its dark theme....



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A majority of its powerful functionality includes debugging, Intellisense, and a bunch of others. Its latest release now provides code analysis as well as github in tfs....



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It's able to handle a huge chunk of files. That's a great thing as I'm handling a large batch of XML files. Checking docs is simple. You get to compare which versions you...



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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...



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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...



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