Discussion in 'Application Software' started by MSDNAA, Nov 9, 2013.
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And so i have provided the screenshot with the release date i see on MSDN.
What do you mean by same hashes?
Well mate you are not giving me a proper reply / answer. If you simply say "Same hashes" what is that mean? You should explain that. That's what i meant.
he means it's the same file.
identical files have the same hash.
different files have a different hash
though neither of you mentioned a link to the files you meant. Or the hash.
Sir, i can presume the meaning but i need a reply from him. Thanks
Well mate you have to be clear, same hashes for what? comparing to which ISO? be specific.
So is this the new release schedule, every month + every update = new iso ?
if so I will need to start making deltas or buy a 4TB drive every few months lol
Are they making the older iso's unavailable as well ?
Corporate IT related: That might not sit well with organizations that are not allowed (by management decisions) to move to a higher version.
Some of the 10/17/2013 release have been replaced with the new products and it will not be made available again.
Stop your comments on this thread. This is not a right place for your silly jokes. Thanks
Seems like somebody is right about that Microsoft will release an update and replace the OLD ISOs every month so Microsoft replaced the following product today.
Visual Studio Team Foundation Server 2013 (x86 and x64) - DVD (English)
ISO English Release Date: 11/12/2013 Details
File Name: en_visual_studio_team_foundation_server_2013_x86_x64_dvd_3187971.iso