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    Ms-visual Studio 8

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    Visual java removed from this ?
    In the differ editions eg "WEB DEVELOPMENT" may do and the job of "WINDOWS DEVELOPMENT"
    If I download "WEB DEVELOPMENT" and I want "HARDWARE DEVELOPMENT" I must download/install again or ... ?
    How I decompress files for .img ?

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    Microsoft is moving away from Java. They want you to use C# or their other web development platforms like ASP.NET and so on. I think you are referring to Visual J++, which is a...untrue brother of Sun's Java.

    I'm not quite sure what you are talking about downloading, etc. Where are you downloading this from?

    An .img format is a CD image. You will need to either use burning software to burn it to a CD/DVD, or you can mount it with Alcohol or Daemon Tools.

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    In the differ editions, eg "WEB DEVELOPMENT" may do and the job of "WINDOWS DEVELOPMENT" ?
    If I download "WEB DEVELOPMENT" and I want "HARDWARE DEVELOPMENT" I must download/install again or ... ?

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    Where are you seeing these different editions?
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    Msdn Site - Are They Differ ?

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    There are no different versions for web development, windows and hardware. There are the express versions, the professional version and I think an enterprise version. Could you provide a link to where you are seeing the "hardware edition" one?
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    Those are just pages highlighting the different things you can do with Visual Studio. If you notice on the pages, they all link to the same express versions.
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