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Microsoft Visual Studio 2013 Now Available for Download

Following on the heels of the Visual Studio 2013 Release Candidate availability, Microsoft announced today that the final releases of Visual Studio 2013, .NET Framework 4.5.1, and Team Foundation Server 2013 are now available for download. With the full release of Visual Studio 2013, developers can now build modern business apps that targets several different devices to deliver an array of end-user experiences.

I've been covering Visual Studio 2013 extensively since it was announced at TechEd North America earlier this year. Here's a roundup of our top Visual Studio 2013 articles to get you up-to-speed with the new capabilities and productivity features that are available in the latest version of the IDE:

Microsoft is also holding a virtual Visual Studio 2013 launch event on November 13th, where the Visual Studio team will deep dive into the IDE's new features and capabilities. Will you be upgrading to Visual Studio 2013? Let me know in the article comments or through our social media pages!

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