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More often than not, as soon as I click on the code file to edit, it prompts the message that the operation is taking longer than expected.
Turned off auto intellisense, restarted the computer and guess what
I wasn't impressed with 2017, it just had too much that was flaky when I first installed it - that's why I stuck to 2013 for so long. But ... I have to say than 2019 has (in my experience so far) been pretty good; I've had no problems.
Might be worth upgrading?
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Bad command or file name. Bad, bad command! Sit! Stay! Staaaay...
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The hard part.
Why do you want the newer version when everyone else is working on the same version as you without any problems.
A is probably much higher than B. The version of a software is often collectively upgraded for everyone working on the project.
As for me, I just switched to VS code to finish my work. Hopefully, there won't much need to debug.
client sites 13 still way plenty ample for the work (and let's face it, way easier to set up when presented a new box to work on),
but using 17 at home [where the real work is done].
was actually considering dropping home back to 13 because 17 wasn't giving me anything better (in fact hell of a lot more annoying with, for instance refactoring suggestions when I'm still only half done in a new class). home dev all dome in vm's so rolling back/out a new machine is not an issue - way less work than uninstalling then reinstalling.
How much memory does your PC have? Have you looked in the Task Manager to see what your memory usage is like? Are you running Resharper or any other VS extension / plugin / tool?
"There are two ways of constructing a software design: One way is to make it so simple that there are obviously no deficiencies, and the other way is to make it so complicated that there are no obvious deficiencies. The first method is far more difficult." - C.A.R. Hoare
Have you looked in the Task Manager to see what your memory usage is like?
Yeah, tried a few things like stopping windows from collecting telemetry data, turned off "run in background" option for many apps, the memory usage rarely goes upwards of 60% but the disk usage spikes up.
Looks like the weather will nice in the UK this weekend, I remember Glastonbury, my tent sank! It appears that this weather has caused several problems a friend who was due back yesterday will be back at some point today as his plane was cancelled from Germany(!).
I have been playing with the 3D printer too much to finish the Huey. It sits on the other table, still waiting for its olive drab paint coat. The problem is that I would like to add one last very noticable detail, but can't figure out a way to do that without weakening the fuselage too much. If it breaks up in the air, the debris will get into the main rotor and that would tear the whole helicopter apart like an explosion. One second it's flying normaly and one blink of an eye later you only have chunks in a loose formation.
So it#s the bigger one's turn to fly again.
I have lived with several Zen masters - all of them were cats.
His last invention was an evil Lasagna. It didn't kill anyone, and it actually tasted pretty good.
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