Recently our documentation team hosted a survey on how you use VS and .NET Framework documentation. Here are a few things that I thought was interesting. I'd love to have your comments as well... Any thoughts from you on this?
It seems that the the majority of developers in our community are using the latest (3.5) version of the .NET Framework. Most are also using 2.0 as well...
On the question of how you would like to see .NET version information in the docs, it seems most folks want to see it all, with a filter!
In terms of what folks use the docs for in their daily development, the .NET Framework reference is the winner by far!
And how do you find information? Well, not surprising, web search engines win out by a high margin. Although, it does seem from the feedback that if we could improve performance of offline Help and F1 folks wouldn’t need to search online as much. Does that seem right to you?
And, as always, the verbatim comments were very helpful as well. Here are a couple I thought was valuable both positive and constructive: