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Visual Studio and TFS 2010 SP1 Released

This morning at Tech Ed Middle East, Soma announced the final version of Visual Studio 2010 Service Pack 1. Jason Zander followed that up with a blog post that outlines the release:

As described with the SP1 Beta post, in this release we have addressed some of the most requested features from customers of Visual Studio 2010 like better help support, IntelliTrace support for 64bit and SharePoint, and included Silverlight 4 Tools in the box. We also added unit testing support on .NET 3.5 and a new performance wizard for Silverlight, among other changes.

We concentrated heavily on fixing issues you reported, including the top voted issues from Connect. The full list of changes can be found in theVisual Studio and Team Foundation Server knowledge base articles. You can also find information about SP1 compatibility, SP1 Readme, and general information about SP1 in the Visual Studio Dev Center.

It is available today to MSDN Subscribers (here) and will be generally available on Thursday March 10 (here).

Additionally, we shipped two new Feature Packs for MSDN Subscribers:

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