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Visual Studio 2013 completely supports XP since it was released. I have released many commercial applications which run on XP and it is pretty much flawless and certainly the best development tool you will get for XP for $0.

Unlike your experience with 2003 which you were using somewhere it wasn't intended, for some reason you don't explain. VS 2013 supports and is designed to create XP applications, read the support details. That last version of it RC5 is still downloadable directly from the MS site and download link area.

VS 2015 also supports XP but some of the new stuff like profiling and remote debugging is not supported on XP. As I haven't used it a great deal with commercial software released on XP I still default to using VS2013 for XP work. VS2015 and VS2013 are designed to sit along side each other again something that MS made a point of doing and they use in all there sales pitch. All this is clearly detailed in the System requirements and platform compatibility page.

So unless you have some other relevant information, your response is just misleading and misguided.

Frankly if you are writing code for XP and you aren't using VS 2013 you need your head examined because you won't get a better toolset for zero dollars and nothing else is custom built for that exact purpose.
In vino veritas


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