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It's only available for free in the Express versions as a webdev language. You can do desktop development in F# with the paid version.
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I feel for you. I wish posters would quit commenting that registering is free; it isn't. Free is free and anything else isn't. Of course I use pay versions so never really cared about the free version other than the fact it increases my level of competition.
Work just upgraded me to a new Latitude E6330 with an i7, 8Gigs of memory and a 250Gig SSD running windows 8 64 bit. Setting up chrome, firefox, SQL Server, web platform installer, and VS2010 and 2012 but it seems pretty nice so far.
I also have a new one, but not as grand. A Lenovo T520, with i3, 4GB ram. I'll be adding SSD and another 4GB in about two weeks though. But this thing has one of the most comfortable, if not best laid out, laptop keyboards I have ever used.
Not bad for a laptop, and better than my work desktop computer! If I get a sweet bonus this year, I'm going to get a MacBook Pro with 16GB of RAM, a 750GB SSD, and so on. Well, unless my better sense kicks in at some point before then.
I'll see. A couple of nice features, the OS loads up iso files natively and the file share dialog has an email a link to the share button built into it. The rest of it hasn't driven me crazy yet, but we'll see.
Nice, now just get an E series docking station, and you are all set.
I have E6500 with dock and 2 screens, and sometimes I even forgot that it's a Laptop. The only crazy thing is, it gets very hot when it is on dock (It is the graphics card trying to handle dual 24" screens).
I've got two docking stations. One at my desk and one at my treadmill both with dual 19" monitors. Nothing as nice as the 24" though. The monitor upgrades got squashed because they didn't fit in the right budget category.
dual monitors are always good, doesn't matter how big or small, two small monitors are much better than one huge screen (for work related PC). I have tried 3 screens but they were too much...almost overkill.
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