Try this > Unity
Not for my machine, too demanding.
Code::Blocks IDE is a good IDE for coding and it's a lot more lightweight than VS and Unity, but it looks like it stayed back in the Windows 98 era.
It doesn't look like it supports C#. I see it supports C and C++, but unfortunately this isn't chess where ++ means the same as #
try VSCode. It's much lighter than the full IDE.
I don't have problems as much with lags in VS to be honest, just that program itself is getting on my nerves. The customizability is near zero and unless you have a high res monitor, you won't see what you want to see. And in my studying I was missing about half of the available tools only to find I needed to manually open the toolbox.
Ah alright. Figured it was a lag concern because Visual Studio is a massive program. If you get everything I think the total download size is around 30 gigs. Unity is only 5 gigs and Unreal 10 by comparison.
I only got the necessary files, still 13 gigs in the end I guess I could try Unity, but I'm not really sure about my pc being able to handle it, since it has already crashed on me a couple of times. Not to mention, it is really hard for a beginner to orientate there
I know how you feel. My notebook suffers to open VS, creating anything with Windows Forms is unthinkable.
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