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    Visual Studio 2010 and Windows 10

    Hi everyone.

    I am developing in Visual Studio 2010 (v.10). Does it have any issues with Windows 10 that you know of?

    If I upgrade to VS14, what differences will I notice (regardless of any Windows 10 improvements if any)?

    Thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by J Trahair View Post
    Hi everyone.

    I am developing in Visual Studio 2010 (v.10). Does it have any issues with Windows 10 that you know of?

    If I upgrade to VS14, what differences will I notice (regardless of any Windows 10 improvements if any)?

    Thank you.
    You should have no issues with VS 2010 on Windows 10.
    That being said, you wont have access to the new stuff that Windows 10 brings to the table by using VS 2010 and you can get VS 2015 Community Edition for free which will give you the new stuff (like making Universal Apps).
    But VS 2010 should run just fine if that's what you want to stick with.
    Currently using: VS 2010 Ultimate on Win7 Ultimate x64.

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    I've just noticed there are some lines out of place when a Windows 10 customer runs the program. In my Windows 8 version the black lines (here highlighted in yellow) are correctly placed but in the Windows 10 version, they are not.

    Any ideas?

    Thank you.


    W8 lines dev.PNGW8 lines.PNGW10 lines.PNG

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