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There are no problems having both versions side-by-side.
If you want to open a project/solution in a particular version, it may be better to open Visual Studio first, and then open the solution inside VS. Otherwise, it will probably use the last version installed.
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I'm retired now but when I was working, we had multiple VS20xx versions running on the same computer. Crucial to the process is not having any of the Visual Studio symbols pre-defined in your environment. Each version of the IDE should be activated from a DOS window/command line that is found in the menu tree for each compiler. Clever users (this would be you) can look at the contents of each menu item and cook up the same thing yourself and make them desktop shortcuts with your own local/personal modifications.
I haven't used VS2017 or VS2019 but I would assume that the same trick will still work.
P.S. Make absolutely sure that all remnants of any and all compilers do not exist in your environment before starting this. Type 'msdev' (or whatever it is now) at the command line and make sure it gives an error. Likewise, start from a menu item selection and verify that it gives an error.
No problems here, I have 2008, 2015, 2017 and 2019 all installed and they co-exists happily with each other on W10 X64.
One thing I will say though, since VS15 all installs have shiped with the "Visual Studio Version Detector", if you set up your file associations to load with that (Particularly your SLN files) then it will examine the SLN file (Or if it's a .cs file, will look in same folder for SLN/CSPROJ) and determine if possible which Visual Studio Version to open it with.
Failing that, I have icons on my desktop for all the versions, and I just drop the SLN from explorer onto the version I want to use when loading.
It's not as if my BMI is a problem: 24.5 is in the "Healthy Weight" area, though at the top end. But salads are as salads do - and worse I have to prepare them which means it's my fault if salad is boring.
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Eating sambal like ketchup and chilli's like tomatoes, growing jalapeno's in the Dutch soil, I did not see any harm in Maggi Noodles "mit Jalapeno-chili" (from Rewe, Germany).
Today I learned that not all Jalapeno's are equal. That was more than 20 minutes ago, and drank half a liter of milk since then. Still feels like I am sweating liquid fire. Did you know you can sweat inside your ears?
So, of course, I'll have to get more of those noodles tomorrow
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the milk is really only effective if taken before. (and too much will give/worsten the sh*ts)
alcohol is effective after, but be careful not to overdo and end up with another predicament.
not being smart, the hotness of chili is mostly in the oil of the seed/flesh - taken before the milk the milk just runs off it where it coats the food/taste receptors. The ethanol in alcohol though can penetrate and lift the oils. another alternative would be soap.
best solution: leave the milk in the fridge, enjoy the chili.
after many otherwise intelligent sounding suggestions that achieved nothing the nice folks at Technet said the only solution was to low level format my hard disk then reinstall my signature. Sadly, this still didn't fix the issue!
try a turkish shop, they have good chillis in germany
but you have to politelly ask for the "other" chilli, that are usually only sold to other turkish people
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It's difficult to find truly spicy food in NL; it's not to the majority Dutch taste. Stuff labelled as "pikante" barely tickles my tongue.
Is that right? I had my first super-hot meal, one that I found difficult to eat, in the Netherlands.
Certainly, the restaurant didn't present itself as a traditional Dutch one, but as Indonesian. Yet I was under the impression that Indonesian cuisine has crept into the national Dutch one - and also that the original Indonesian stuff is quite well known in the restaurant business. Isn't that so?
My first taste shock was more that 35 years ago, so maybe it has been watered out today. Later, I was for 19 years married to a girl whose father was Dutch, and her Dutch relatives certainly knew to find what I would describe as "well spiced" food. Maybe they were not representative for the Netherlands.
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