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Download Visual Studio 2012 RC and .NET Framework 4.5 RC

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A few days back, Microsoft had released the Visual Studio 2012 RC (Release Candidate) and .NET Framework 4.5 RC (Release Candidate) which is now available for download from Visual Studio product Website.

Last week has been a Download week with the other releases of Windows 8 Release Preview and Windows Server 2012 Release Candidate build too being available for download.

The Visual Studio 2012 also includes templates to create Metro style Apps for Windows 8 and loads of other new features which can found here

Microsoft is shipping Visual Studio 2012 and .NET 4.5 with “Go Live” licenses which means developers can now start using and deploy apps using it.

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