Visual Studio Express products are available at no charge and may be used for commercial, production usage subject to the license terms provided with each product. For example, you can use Express for Windows to create apps that you can then submit for sale in the Windows Store. [end quote]
Just for reference, this Community version of Visual Studio is totally free... the only catch being that you must sign into Visual Studio with a Microsoft account in order for the 30-day trial mode to be removed. Other than that, it has everything the 'Pro' version has
TinSoldier Have you used VS with Unity before. I'm thinking of using it and getting to know my way around VS. Since I'm studying BSC in computer science next year it may give me a head start and relying to much on the professor to teach me everything.
If you are using it with Unity, what is the process of merging the libraries of Unity into VS.