Visual Studio 2022 17.3 Preview 2 and 17.2.5 Final have been released

Shortly noted: Microsoft Visual Studio 2022 updated the final version to 17.2.5 yesterday evening. A few bugs have been corrected here. In the preview, on the other hand, improvements for accessibility were added.

Corrections in the 17.2.5

  • Fixed a bug in VC++ Runtime with broken links for MFC OLE Linking/Embedding Containers
  • Fixed an issue where an SxS install of VS2022 and VS2015 (or older) caused VS not to check for extensions.
  • Improved validation of container names when deploying Azure Container Apps.
  • As well as some bugs caused by the developer community have been corrected.

Improvements in the 17.3 Preview 2

  • Initial support for individual AppStoreConnect accounts required for non-enterprise Apple developers.
  • New: Native ARM support on Windows 11. Supported initially:
    • Desktop development with C++ (for MSBuild based projects)
    • .NET desktop development (WinForms, WPF)
    • ASP.NET and web development
  • More about this here and also the contribution to the audio signals in one additional blog post.

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