Visual Studio 11 Developer Preview provides an integrated development experience that seamlessly spans the entire lifecycle of software creation—from architecture and user interface design to code creation, code insight and analysis, code deployment, testing, and validation. This release adds support for our most advanced platforms, including Windows 8 and Windows Azure, so you can target platforms across devices, services, and the cloud.
For MSDN Subscribers
MSDN Subscribers can download all of the Visual Studio 11 Developer Previews, including Visual Studio 11 Developer Preview and Visual Studio Team Foundation Server 11 Developer Preview, from MSDN Subscriber Downloads.
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For Non-MSDN Subscribers
Non-MSDN Subscribers can download Visual Studio 11 Developer Previews from Microsoft Downloads:
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