Preview 3 Of Visual Studio 2019 version 16.1 Is Now Available

Preview 3 of Visual Studio 2019 version 16.1 comes with IntelliCode support, C++ productivity enhancements and various .NET tooling updates.

Microsoft has released the preview 3 of Visual Studio 2019 version 16.1. This latest release comes with a range of additions, that includes IntelliCode support by default, various C++ productivity enhancements, and .NET tooling updates among others.
Recently, at Build 2019, Microsoft announced the general availability of IntelliCode, which provides contextual IntelliSense recommendations powered by a machine learning model. Now, IntelliCode comes installed by default with any workloads that support C#, C++, TypeScript/JavaScript, or XAML.
The company said that with Preview 3, developers will now be able to use their local Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) installation with C++ natively in Visual Studio without additional configuration or any SSH connections. Also, AddressSanitizer is integrated directly into Visual Studio for WSL and Linux projects.
Moreover, Preview 3 also gives the ability to separate your remote build machine from your remote debug machine in both MSBuild and CMake projects.
The company has implemented new C++ Code Analysis quick fixes as well. Quick Info tooltips, now also provide a link that will search for online docs to learn more about the relevant code construct.
According to the company, developers can now experience experimental IntelliSense completion for unimported types. And, developers can now use a new EditorConfig code style rule to require or prevent using directives inside a namespace.
To learn more, you can visit the official announcement here. Or, you can read the release notes.