As you may know, Visual Studio 2017 was launched last March 7 and 8 in an event whose keynote you can watch here:
You can download the Community, Professional or Enterprise editions here:
The first thing that you will notice is a new modular setup based on “workloads” and individual components that allow a very customized installation:
The new Visual Studio 2017 installation is so isolated and resilient (it uses its own private registry hive and doesn’t install files on the Global Assembly Cache) that for the first time it allows to install several editions (Community, Professional, Enterprise) on the same machine, coexisting side by side.
At the time of this writing, the Express editions have not been announced and it is not clear if they will be released. Also, the Isolated and Integrated Shells haven’t been announced yet.
There are no .iso files to download, only web installers, but you can create an offline installer as explained here:
To learn what’s new see:
You can check the release notes here:
You will notice new icons for the Visual Studio family of products:
To report problems you need to use the Send Feedback button, that creates a topic on the Visual Studio Developer Community site:
And you have almost 70 on-demand videos about Visual Studio 2017 on MSDN Channel 9:
Eager for more new incoming features? Visual Studio 2017 offers now the Preview program for early adopters, so you can download, install and test the latest bits (not for production environments!):