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Microsoft Visual Studio Pro Lifetime License Is Super Cheap Right Now

The software is over 90% off for a limited time at StackCommerce.


If you've ever wanted to create your own mobile apps, websites, or desktop software, there's a good chance you've heard of Visual Studio. Whether you're a new dev or an experienced Visual Studio user, you should check out StackCommerce's limited-time deal on Visual Studio Professional 2022 . Valued at $500, Visual Studio Pro is now on sale for only $40. This is a lifetime license, and it actually costs less than a monthly subscription ($45/month).

Microsoft Visual Studio 2022 is a 64-bit IDE (integrated development environment) used for making apps, webpages, and more. It supports multiple programming languages and platforms, including C#, C++, .NET, Node.js, JavaScript/TypeScript, and Python. The Professional build also has more features and an expanded license compared to the free Visual Studio Community version.

While the free Community version is intended for students and educators working on educational projects and small non-enterprise organizations creating open-source apps, the Microsoft Visual Studio 2022 Professional is licensed for individuals and enterprise organizations making commercial and non-open-source projects, so it's the ideal choice for independent developers who want a robust development environment. Check Microsoft's official page for the full feature list and comparisons to other versions.

Buying Microsoft Visual Studio 2022 Professional through this StackCommerce deal grants you lifetime access to the software, including all future updates. You'll receive the product code after checkout, which must be redeemed within 30 days after purchase. StackCommerce also offers full refunds on unredeemed keys returned within 30 days.

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