Microsoft has released Visual Studio 2010 Service Pack 1 (SP1)

Microsoft has released long awaited service pack 1 for Visual Studio 2010. You can download this from here.

This Service Pack includes number of feature enhancements along with the bug fixes. Major enhancement for me is the HTML 5 support and IntelliTrace (formally known as Historical Debugger) for SharePoint.

Here are some of the major enhancements:-
  • Many Bug Fixes
  • Help Viewer 1.1
  • Sliverlight 4 Support
  • Basic Unit Testing support for the .NET Framework 3.5
  • Performance Wizard for Silverlight
  • IntelliTrace for 64-bit and SharePoint
  • Detecting mixed-mode installations
  • Software rendering (for Xp and Win2k3)

Web development
  • IIS Express support
  • SQL Server CE 4 support
  • Razor support (Introducing "Razor")
  • Web PI integration
  • Deployable dependencies
  • HTML5 and CSS3 support
  • WCF RIA Services V1 SP1 included

XAML Editor/Designer
  • Go To value definition
  • Style IntelliSense
  • Data source selector
  • Advanced grid commands
  • New Thickness Editor
  • Sample data support
  • Increased stability

  • MFC-based GPU-accelerated graphics and animations
  • New AMD and Intel instruction set support
  • Visual Basic Runtime embedding
For more details on above items visit Description of Visual Studio 2010 Service Pack 1. Also visit ScottGu's Blog for more details.

Also Microsoft has release Service Pack for TFS 2010. If you are using TFS then it is a must have for you. For further details you can go to Brian Harry's blog.