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Hi
 
I am developing one application in VS 2010 express.later i will be switching to VS 2012 ultimate.
 
Please tell is there any problem i will be facing in that.
 
Thank you
Posted 19-Dec-12 21:04pm
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pasztorpisti at 23-Jul-13 7:38am
   
Before upgrading make some stress tests for building especially in case of larger projects. We usually upgrade only after the first service pack of a new version. Differeces? There are tons of them. One major difference is that you need Win8 to run VS2012 while VS2010 runs on older OSes and of course you need VS2012 to develop Win8 apps. For example we wouldn't gain anything from upgrading to VS2012 with our current project, maybe your project is a different kind. This way we don't have to upgrade Win7 to Win8, we can wait for more stable and ripe versions of both the OS and VS.
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Solution 1

You won't have any problems, because you're getting a newer version, and a higher up version.
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Snehasish Nandy at 20-Dec-12 2:07am
   
Ok..thanks...
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Solution 3

Accesskey is used to set the focus of a control , consider below the exampl
 
<table>
            <tr>
                <td accesskey="P">
                    <input id="txt1" type="text" accesskey="q" />
                    <input id="txt2" type="text" accesskey="r" /></td>
 
            </tr>
        </table>
If Press Alt+P it will focus to td, if is press Alt+q it will focus to text1 textbox.
 
VS 2012 comes with inbuilt HTML 5.
 
From the .NET developer's perspective, highlights include:
 
Automatic binding redirection support
LOH compaction
EventSource improvements
Better overall performance.
64bit Edit and Continue
Better async debugging
Call stack visualization
Editor improvements
Enhanced scrollbar functionality
Inline Viewing of definitions
Better XAML design time support
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H.Brydon at 22-Jul-13 17:01pm
   
The question is 7 months old. Why are you answering it now? Twice.
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Solution 4

Accesskey is used to set the focus of a control , consider below the exampl
 
<table>
            <tr>
                <td accesskey="P">
                    <input id="txt1" type="text" accesskey="q" />
                    <input id="txt2" type="text" accesskey="r" /></td>
 
            </tr>
        </table>
If Press Alt+P it will focus to td, if is press Alt+q it will focus to text1 textbox.
 
VS 2012 comes with inbuilt HTML 5.
 
From the .NET developer's perspective, highlights include:
 
Automatic binding redirection support
LOH compaction
Event Source improvements
Better overall performance.
64bit Edit and Continue
Better a sync debugging
Call stack visualization
Editor improvements
Enhanced scroll-bar functionality
Inline Viewing of definitions
Better XAML design time support
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Solution 5

http://blogs.msdn.com/b/jasonz/archive/2012/08/15/visual-studio-2012-and-net-framework-4-5-released-to-the-web.aspx
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