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Work is still ongoing (was delayed due to other priorities) for our plan to bring multiple accounts (collections) backed by the same Azure AD into an organization. We are now looking at 2018 H2 for bringing this to a public preview. I will be able to provide a more precise timeline update around May 2018.
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153 votesJacek Czarniecki commented
Not everyone needs all features of VS immediately after start of the IDE and even later. Wouldn't it be wise to cut some large sets of functionality out to make it load faster and not require so much memory?
I am choosing VSCode (+ MSBuild from command line) instead of VS more frequently since 2015, but this seems to suggest my company is wasting money on buying full IDE. I tried to upgrade CPU to a fastest one per core (4.2GHz), but I can still feel the "lags".