Obviously appealing to software developers on the Microsoft tech stack.
This is a small but incredibly convenient enhancement for those of us who, like me, do a lot of debugging…
“As just one example, .NET developers have been asking for a feature that’s been available to C++ developers for a while: viewing method return values in the debugger, even if those values are never stored into any declared variable. With .NET 4.5.1 and Visual Studio 2013, this capability is now built-in.”
Edit and continue (ability to change code and continue execution in real time) will support x64 (64-bit) applications now. Other improvements revolve around performance, debugging of asynchronous applications, and something with Windows Store.