In a new blog post, Microsoft revealed that the company has made more performance enhancements to the upcoming Visual Studio 11, compared to the recent beta. Of the performance improvements, there will be improved typing and editing responsiveness.
“Since the beta release, we have made a number of additional enhancements, continuing our quest to improve the performance of Visual Studio. The performance work done between beta and the upcoming RC was substantial and covered many aspects of the product including XAML (compiler, loading documents, and the design surface), C++, TLM, Debugging and the list goes on,” Microsoft adds. The blog post goes in-depth on how responsiveness is measured and evaluated and how it can be tracked. Head over to the source link for the in-depth and highly technical post.Microsoft, Visual Studio