Application: Visual Studio Code
Visual Studio Code is a free source-code editor made by Microsoft for Windows, Linux, and macOS. Features include support for debugging, syntax highlighting, intelligent code completion, snippets, code refactoring, and embedded Git. Users can change the theme, keyboard shortcuts, preferences, and install extensions that add additional functionality.
VSCode Portable 1.0.0 Dev Test 7 [x64] (1 ± 80 MB download | ± 220 MB installed)
VSCode Portable 1.0.0 Dev Test 7 [x86] (1 ± 80 MB download | ± 220 MB installed)
1) Completely portable without using native portable mode or extra parameters. You can even launch
Code.exe directly (as secondary instances) and their data will still be kept in
VSCodePortable\Data\Code folder. No need to worry about extensions that directly launch non-portable instances of VSCode anymore! Concept from CrazyMax's VSCode.
2) Supports some portable development environments (MinGW, Python, Java, and Git). You don't need to modify
PATH variable manually anymore. By default it will look for
CommonFiles folder (e.g.
CommonFiles\Java) on the parent directory of
3) Virtualized user environments. By default,
LOCALAPPDATA will be redirected to
VSCodePortable\Data\Virtual folder. So you can leave almost no trace on your current system and just need to copy
VSCodePortable folder in case you want to use it again on another computer. Simply disable this behaviour by editing
4) Disabled telemetry, crash reporter, auto update (also for extensions), and other tweaks by using
Dev Test 5 - First release on this forum. All known issues fixed. No prepackaged extension.
Dev Test 6 - Fixed some typos. Now using online installer (separated for x86 and x64).
Dev Test 7 - Removed
[Environment] section (in
VSCodePortable.ini) due to unexpected behaviour on some systems.