re: Why and how you should migrate from Visual Studio Code to VSCodium VIEW POST


So I can spend time backing up, uninstalling, installing and restoring, or I can just simply turn off telemetry in VS Code. You go ahead and do you.


I did say that you could turn off telemetry, but as I quoted above, you can't turn off all telemetry. So yes, I've done this.


No, I think you have to assess each extension on its own merit before you install it. I use many extensions which have varying levels. This whole post was just about being able to take control where you have the opportunity to. It's not about shitting on Microsoft, I think they are doing great things for developers.

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