Take advantage of all your computer’s resources to scale Visual Studio to the largest of projects and complex workloads without running out of memory. You can continue to run and debug your 32-bit apps.
Comes with .NET 6
Develop cross-platform apps with C# and .NET MAUI. Build responsive Web UIs with Blazor. Build, debug, and test .NET apps in Linux environments. Use hot reload capabilities across .NET apps. Edit ASP.NET Web pages with Web Live Preview.
Visual Studio 2022 comes with our latest toolchain for targeting C++20 and is binary-compatible with 2019. Develop cross-platform C++ projects from Windows and leverage the best the ecosystem has to offer.
Best IntelliCode yet
IntelliCode now automatically completes larger chunks of code, up to a whole line at a time, by understanding your coding context better, and leveraging the wisdom of nearly half a million open source repos’ code patterns.
IDE built for you
Visual Studio 2022 has a refreshed look with new icons and theme that’s improves clarity and consistency, while keeping familiarity. More than what comes out of the box Visual Studio has 100s of options for you to customize to make Visual Studio truly yours.
Unlock your potential as a developer with debugging tools that empower you to quickly diagnose issues. Use async visualizations, automatic analyzers, time travel debugging, and a dozens of others tools.
This Preview is not licensed to build production applications. For production applications please download stable release of Visual Studio from our downloads page.
Additional tools for Visual Studio 2022 Preview
Build tools for Visual Studio 2022 Preview
These Build Tools allow you to build Visual Studio projects from a command-line interface. Supported projects include: ASP.NET, Azure, C++ desktop, ClickOnce, containers, .NET Core, .NET Desktop, Node.js, Office and SharePoint, Python, TypeScript, Unit Tests, UWP, WCF, and Xamarin.
As you evaluate Visual Studio 2022 Preview, you can interact directly with Microsoft engineers in our Developer Community. Your bug reports, feature suggestions, upvotes, and comments all help us build the best IDE that we possibly can.