Microsoft Unveils Pricing for Visual Studio 2013

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Microsoft announced this week that they plan to maintain the current pricing scheme for the new line of Visual Studio development suit options. Visual Studio 2013 prices will remain mostly unchanged from that of the previous version. And of course all those developers with active MSDN accounts for their Visual Studio subscriptions will simply be able to download and upgrade to the new version at no charge starting October 18th. Some conditions apply to those upgrading from the Visual Studio Professional Upgrade SKU and you can check out those and other important details here.



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