Add .Net Framework v. 4.5 support to Visual Studio 2010
Since Visual Studio 2010 was originally built to support newer versions/future version of the .Net Framework, .Net 4.5 support should be added to Visual Studio 2010 since Visual Studio 2012 has significantly reduced the usability and productivity of the IDE by discoloring the UI as well as removing critical features such as "Creating Unit Test". Adding .Net 4.5 support to Visual Studio 2010 would allow developers who do not wish to upgrade to Visual Studio 2012 the ability to continue using their favorite IDE with the latest .Net technology.
I've already moved all personal projects away from Microsoft (hard at first, but worth it).
I am another who absolutely refuses to DOWNGRADE to VS2012 or VS 2013.
Removing the macro IDE was an astonishingly moronic decision.
I'm seriously considering the option of abandoning .NET and the whole M$ paradigm entirely for something else.
Those who don't like the colour scheme of VS2012 and the UPPER CASE menu, you can install visual studio 2012 colour theme editor & VS Commands extensions
And stop moaning about the IDE. The features VS 2012 & VS 2013 offer are invaluable. No other IDE is available on any platform that offers these kind of features.
please stop messing up a decent development environment with management/marketing bull
Jerry Hewett commented
I loathe and despise VS2012 and VS2013. I hate everything about both of them. They suck *** as IDE's.
VS2010 needs to support .Net 4.5 so I don't have to subject myself to the ****-fest that is Visual Studio 2012.
how can i add .net frame work 4.5 in visual studio 2010
Martin Kirk commented
i agree... .NET 4.5 should also work in VS2010...
Async CTP worked OK in VS2010, and .NET 4.5 CTP also worked...
THERE IS NO REASON WHY IT SHOULDN'T WORK IN VS2010 !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Mam Thanks commented
how can i add .net framework 4.5 to vs 2010?