Have you ever downloaded a file from the Internet or copied it from another computer and noticed that the file doesn’t behave as expected. This is most likely the result of certain security warnings that Windows has imposed on the file as it can’t determine trust.
To solve this issue, you need to Unblock the file.
To “unblock” a file, right-click the file in Windows Explorer and choose Properties from the context menu:
Then click the Unblock button in the lower right-hand corner of the Properties dialog, and click OK or Apply:
It’s important to note that ZIP files need to be “unblocked” before their contents are extracted otherwise the contents won’t be extracted and/or behave correctly.
Visual Studio 2012 Update 3
Visual Studio 2012 Update 3 is now available to download and is primarily focused on bug fixes.
VS2012.3 is an incrementally smaller update than its two predecessors: it includes a few new capabilities, but is focused primarily on bug fixes. You can find a detailed list of included fixes in the associated Support article. If you’ve already installed VS2012.2, this update will install on top of it, and if you haven’t, this update includes all of the features from VS2012.1 and VS2012.2, so you can install it on top of either of those or on the RTM release and still get all of the value from those previous updates. Note that it’s important to install this update if you need to be able to "round-trip" projects between Visual Studio 2012 and Visual Studio 2013, or if you want to run Visual Studio 2012 on the Windows 8.1 Preview. – S.Somasegar
Download VS2012.3 now!
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