askvortsov Yes, I admit that VSCode is winning the race for me also. I like the flexibility, adaptability, and probably more important than all other points, it's Open Source - essentially a fork from the closed source Visual Studio. And, as a final point, it works cross platform and is Microsoft's attempt to mix with Linux. I personally see this as a major step forward and would encourage it's usage. It seems to be updated very frequently as well, which also has huge appeal.