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Warcraft3 System requirements 1.3 GB available HD space 128 MB of RAM 400 MHz Pentium II or equivalent Visual Studio 2008 System requirements Minimum: 1.6 GHz CPU, 384 MB RAM, 1024x768 display, 5400 RPM hard disk Recommended: 2.2 GHz or higher CPU, 1024 MB or more RAM, 1280x1024 display, 7200 RPM or higher hard disk ======================================================================== Visual Studio 6 is too old. Dev-C++ 5 (MinGW) not a professional

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Well Code::Blocks is a pretty popular IDE but I can't seem to find the requirements for it. Also, In my Java class in Highschool we used a pretty lightweight IDE called jGRASP. I liked it and I know it has C++ support, so you could try that if it's enough for your needs. I'm sure a Google search would yield a large amount of smaller, less popular IDEs you could check out too.

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What Warcraft3 (from 2002) has to do something with C/C++ IDE?
imho MS VS IDE is the best tool for C/C++ development under Windows.
Some other cross-platform alternatives are Code::Blocks and Qt Creator (it can be used not only for Qt).

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Dev-C++ 5 (MinGW) not a professional


You pretty much exhausted the list of professional IDEs when you decided Visual Studio is not for you.

EDIT: Oh, is your VC++ experience suffering due to hardware limitations on your end, or are you boycotting it because of the high system requirements?

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high system requirements......
It is slow, but I need it.


May I then suggest a system upgrade? :) What kind of computer are you running it on right now?

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May I then suggest a system upgrade? :) What kind of computer are you running it on right now?


My computer extremely qualified.
CPU T8100 2x2.1GHz
RAM 3GB

If you have other programs running,computer efficiency low.

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Your machine will run VS2008 just fine. You don't mention your hard drive speed, which can be a bottleneck during C++ compilation.

It is obvious that if you run multiple resource intensive apps, the performance of the computer is temporarily degraded. If you want to use a given program with highest possible performance, close down other apps that fight with it over system resources. That said, with my old machine (2 machines ago), I could easily use three VS2008 instances with only 2GB of RAM and the system was still quite responsive.

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Visual C++
*.exe preservation *.jpeg or *.bmp
Everything data save to exe.

Without writing code.


This makes no sense.

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