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Visual Studio 2005 Standard vs. Professional

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I'm currently looking at buying a number of Visual Studio 2005 licenses.
Looking at the Standard and Professional versions, it seems to me that we do
not need any of the features that are missing from the Standard edition - we
do not really do any enterprise, database, XML kind of stuff. The only
difference that worries me (see
http://msdn.microsoft.com/vstudio/pr...e/default.aspx) is under "
User experience" where it says "Simplified menu options and defaults" for
the Standard edition and "Full" for the Professional edition.

What are the major differences between the two, assuming I'm just doing
standard C++, MC++ and C# development and I don't care about SQL
integration, etc?

Regards,
John
Mar 21 '06 #1
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