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VSSETTINGS files are used to share workspace settings, within the Visual Studio environment. Visual Studio is an Integrated Software Development Environment, to create Windows programs, among others.

Visual Studio supports multiple programming languages, such as C ++, C #, Visual Basic .NET, F #, Java, Python, Ruby, and PHP, as well as web development environments, such as ASP.NET MVC, Django, etc. Therefore, the versatility and great integration capabilities make Visual Studio as one of the most complete IDE's on the market. Despite the fact that Visual Studio is a program that requires a license, there are several versions that allow adapting to the needs of each type of user, and there is even a fully functional free community version.

VSSETTINGS files can be exported and then imported into a different installation of Visual Studio, because they are saved in a portable XML format.

To work on a VSSETTINGS file you must have the following software installed on your system:

Microsoft Visual Studio

Typical VSSETTINGS mime types:

  • text/xml

Frequently associated Windows objects:

  • VisualStudio.vssettings.10.0
  • VisualStudio.vssettings.9.0

How Can I Open VSSETTINGS File on Windows

How Can I Open VSSETTINGS File on Mac OS

How Can I Open VSSETTINGS File on Android

If you downloaded a VSSETTINGS file on Android device you can open it by following steps below:

How to Open VSSETTINGS File on iPhone or iPad

To open VSSETTINGS File on iOS device follow steps below:

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VSSETTINGS file article translations

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