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As an active Visual Studio subscriber, you can use a range of features in Azure DevOps that are included with your subscription as a benefit. You'll be able to use these same features in each Azure DevOps organization in which you are a member, whether you created the organization or were added by someone else.

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When you sign in to Azure DevOps using either the identity that you used for activating your Visual Studio subscription or your alternate identity, we recognize this automatically. This way you can also add a work or school account (which you use when logging into Visual Studio, Microsoft 365, or your corporate or school network), allowing you to access Azure DevOps using both your personal account and your work or school account.

Eligibility

Subscription LevelChannelsBenefitRenewable?
Visual Studio Enterprise (Standard, monthly cloud)VL, Azure, Retail, selected NFR1Azure Boards & Repos (Basic2), Azure Test Plans, self-hosted parallel jobsYes
Visual Studio Enterprise subscription with GitHub EnterpriseVLAzure Boards & Repos (Basic2), Azure Test Plans, self-hosted parallel jobsYes
Visual Studio Professional (Standard, monthly cloud)VL, Azure, RetailAzure Boards & Repos (Basic2)Yes
Visual Studio Professional subscription with GitHub EnterpriseVLAzure Boards & Repos (Basic2)Yes
Visual Studio Test Professional (Standard)VL, RetailAzure Boards & Repos (Basic2), Azure Test PlansYes
MSDN Platforms (Standard)VL, RetailAzure Boards & Repos (Basic2), Azure Test PlansYes

1Includes: Not for Resale (NFR), Most Valuable Professional (MVP), Regional Director (RD), Visual Studio Industry Partner (VSIP), Microsoft Partner Network (Enterprise), BizSpark, MCT Software & Services Developer, FTE.Excludes: MCT Software & Services, Imagine.

2 *Basic plan includes defining release pipelines and multi-stage continuous deployment (CD) pipelines, and using approvals and gates to control deployments; when the Free access to Pipelines Preview feature is enabled, Stakeholders gain access to all Azure Pipelines features. *

Note

Microsoft no longer offers Visual Studio Professional Annual subscriptions and Visual Studio Enterprise Annual subscriptions in Cloud Subscriptions. There will be no change to existing customers experience and ability to renew, increase, decrease, or cancel their subscriptions. New customers are encouraged to go to https://visualstudio.microsoft.com/vs/pricing/ to explore different options to purchase Visual Studio.

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Frequently asked questions

Q: As a Visual Studio Enterprise subscriber, do I get additional parallel jobs for TFS and Azure Pipelines?

A: Yes. Visual Studio Enterprise subscribers get one parallel job in Team Foundation Server 2017 or later and one self-hosted parallel job in each Azure DevOps Services organization where they are a member.

Support resources

  • For assistance with sales, subscriptions, accounts and billing for Visual Studio Subscriptions, see Visual Studio Subscriptions support.
  • Have a question about Visual Studio IDE, Azure DevOps, or other Visual Studio products or services? Visit Visual Studio support.
  • Azure DevOps documentation.

See also

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Next steps

Learn more about Azure DevOps features:

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Learn how to activate your Azure DevTest individual credit.

To manage all aspects of the input and display language settings on your Windows 10 device, use the following methods.

Change your keyboard layout

To switch the keyboard layout you're using in Windows 10, press and hold the Windows key and then repeatedly press the Spacebar to cycle through all your installed keyboards. (If this doesn't do anything, it means you have only one installed.)

You can also select the language abbreviation on the far right of the taskbar and then choose the language or input method you want to use.

Note: In the input field, press Windows +period (.)toaccess the emoji keyboard, if your language supports this.

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If you can't find the keyboard layout you want, you may have to add a new keyboard.

Add a keyboard

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Adding an input language lets you set a language-preference order for websites and apps, as well as change your keyboard language.

  1. Select the Start button, then select Settings> Time & Language > Language.

  2. Under Preferred languages, select the language that contains the keyboard you want, and then select Options.

  3. Select Add a keyboard and choose the keyboard you want to add. If you don't see the keyboard you want, you may have to add a new language to get additional options. If this is the case, go on to step 4.

  4. Return to the Language settings page, and select Add a language.

  5. Choose the language you want to use from the list, and then select Next.

  6. Review any language features you want to set up or install, and select Install.

Change your display language

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The display language you select changes the default language used by Windows features like Settings and File Explorer.

  1. Select the Start button, then select Settings> Time & Language > Language.

  2. Choose a language from the Windows display language menu.

Install a language pack

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If a language is listed under Preferred languages but doesn't appear on the Windows display language list, you'll first need to install its language pack (if it's available).

  1. Select the Start button, then select Settings> Time & Language > Language.

  2. Choose a language from the Add a language list under Preferred languages, and then select Options.

  3. Select Download from the Download language pack option.

  4. After the language pack is installed, select Back .

  5. Choose a language from the Windows display language menu.

Single language edition of Windows 10

If you receive an 'Only one language pack allowed' or 'Your Windows license supports only one display language' message, you have a single language edition of Windows 10. Here's how to check your Windows 10 language edition:

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  1. Select the Start button, select Settings > About, and then scroll down to the Windows specification section.

  2. If you see Windows 10 Home Single Language next to Edition, you have a single language edition of Window 10, and you can't add a new language unless you purchase an upgrade to either Windows 10 Home or Windows 10 Pro.

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Remove extra language packs or keyboard languages

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  1. Select the Start button, then select Settings > Time & Language > Language.

  2. Under Preferred languages, select the language you want to remove, and then click Remove.

  3. To remove an individual keyboard, select the language in question (see step 2), select Options, scroll down to the Keyboards section, select the keyboard you want to remove, and click Remove.