#181 – Creating a WPF Development Environment

To start developing WPF applications on Windows, you need to install Visual Studio 2010 on Windows.

The bare minimum setup includes:

A more typical professional development environment would include:

[Click here for a screen-by-screen example of installing Visual Studio C# 2010 Express).

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