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Microsoft sets end date for Visual Studio 2008 support

Microsoft will no longer offer support for the IDE, related runtimes, and parts after April 10, 2018.



Microsoft is giving Visual Studio 2008 one more year of support, and that is it. 

Visual Studio 2008 appeared in late 2007, and with regards to the organization's 10-year bolster approach, Microsoft's support for the IDE, related runtimes, and segments will end on April 10, 2018. 

"In spite of the fact that your Visual Studio 2008 applications will keep on working, we urge you to port, relocate, and update your Visual Studio extends throughout the following year to guarantee you keep on receiving support," said Microsoft's Deniz Duncan, a program chief for Visual Studio. 

With the end, Microsoft will no longer have security refreshes, specialized support, or hotfixes for all releases of Visual Studio 2008 and a large number of other programming improvement ventures bearing the "2008" assignment. This incorporates the 2008 releases of Visual C++, Visual C#, Visual Basic, Visual Studio Team System, and Web Developer Express version. 

Furthermore, bolster for Microsoft Visual J# Version 2.0 Redistributable Package Second Edition will end on October 10. Visual J empowered utilization of Java dialect language structure to assemble applications and administrations on the .Net Framework, with punctuation coordinated into Visual Studio. 

Later forms of Visual Studio will keep on being bolstered for the span of their bolster cycles. The latest adaptation of the product advancement stage is Visual Studio 2017, which transported in March including a measured installer, cloud organization apparatuses, and portable lodging.



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