Which visual studio is better?

I have tried vs2012 but i am working on a netbook and it is not working good on my netbook so which version of vs is better for me?

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Well I use VS studio 2012 on my pc but there is also code::block (for windows to) that I run on my linux ubuntu.


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If I were you I would use linux puppy.becuz your specs are old.(sry)
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I have tried ubuntu but there is not a driver for my ethernet card so i cant connect internet using linux
> I have tried vs2012 but i am working on a netbook and it is not working good

Best not to use any of the pigs (Visual STudio, Eclipse and the like) on a netbook.

I suppose that you could use the Microsoft compiler/libraries hooked up to a light-weight IDE like Geany or CodeBlocks.
Code::blocks looks so complex is it suitable for a beginner?
and a question how can I use microsoft compiler without vstudio?
> Code::blocks looks so complex is it suitable for a beginner?

Any IDE would look a bit complex when it is encountered for the first time; but it doesn't take a lot of time to get familiar with it.

Try out a few and pick one that you find easy and intuitive: CodeBlocks, CodeLite, Dev-C++ (a current version), Geany. Or just vim + make files + command line tools + debugger.


> how can I use microsoft compiler without vstudio?

The compiler, linker etc. are command line tools.
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/f35ctcxw.aspx

There is also a command line debugger.
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/windows/hardware/hh406277(v=vs.85).aspx


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i am using dev-c++ now but i think the features of dev-c++ is not enought. I will try geany
> i am using dev-c++ now but i think the features of dev-c++ is not enough
> I will try geany

Orwell Dev-C++ (MinGW GCC) is fairly fully featured.
http://sourceforge.net/projects/orwelldevcpp/

If you have been using an outdated version of Dev-C++, you may find it easier to switch to the newer version of the IDE that you are already familiar with.
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thanks it is what i am looking for i was using bloodshed's one thx
Well Visual Studio is not recommended. you have to put in system(PASUE); which is really bad read this
http://www.gidnetwork.com/b-61.html

You should use ming compiler and the best IDE would be CODE::Blocks...Give it a try...
i will try it thanks
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