Visual Studio 2019 Release Candidate Launched

The company announced the Release Candidate(RC) for Visual Studio 2019. Also, soon a version of Visual Studio Enterprise 2019 will bring a preview of Time Travel Debugging (TTD) integrated with the Snapshot Debugger.

Recently, Microsoft announced that a Visual Studio 2019 Release Candidate is now available for developers, just a couple of weeks ahead of the GA release at the virtual launch event on April 2.
 
The company explained that it has introduced two channels, the release channel and the preview channel. Visual Studio 2019 RC is available in the release channel and Visual Studio 2019 Preview 4 is available in the preview channel. You can install both versions and use them side-by-side. Both channels contain the same bits.
 
Visual Studio 2019 Release Candidate (RC) 
 
Starting April 2, you will be able to upgrade the release channel (RC) build to the generally available (GA) release, which will be ready for production use, while the preview channel will continue to offer an early look at upcoming features.
 
There are Community, Professional, or Enterprise editions for either channel. The Professional and Enterprise Editions of the IDE have additional features. To continue using Enterprise in either the RC or the preview, you need an Enterprise license. If you were previously using the Visual Studio 2019 preview and you don't have the license, you'll have to shift to the version that you're licensed for.
 
The company also said that an upcoming version of Visual Studio Enterprise 2019 will bring a preview of Time Travel Debugging (TTD) integrated with the Snapshot Debugger.
 
To learn about new features included in the latest version of the IDE, you can visit the release notes, or visit the official announcement here.