Microsoft releases Visual Studio 2010 Service Pack 1 Beta

The beta release from Microsoft just a week after the release of Visual Basic tools for Windows Phone 7 development. The beta is available via download today, Dec. 9 and was available for MSDN subscribers since Dec. 7. The update will improve the developer experience by addressing the most requested features such as improved support, IntelliTrace support for 64bit and SharePoint, and including Silverlight 4 Tools. Additional features include a new local Help Viewer, fully expandable table of contents and a keyword index.

Microsoft has just released the beta of the SP1 update for Visual Studio 2010

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