Well we are about to get started with programming in c#. There will be no coding yet, but first we need to make sure we have our computers set up to write and compile our code. I will assume you are using a windows machine for this.
You can have many different editors. For c# I suggest getting the visual c# express edition. This is free and makes building projects easy. You can download it here http://www.microsoft.com/express/Windows/
If you are a student of an accredited school, you can go to https://www.dreamspark.com/ and get the professional version of visual studio 2010 and 2008.
If you want just a simple text editor with syntax highlighting I suggest notepad++ http://notepad-plus-plus.org/
this can be useful if you want to look at example code as it highlights syntax and all that good stuff.
These are sometimes refereed to as IDEs. (integrated development environments).
Just download what you want and install. If you want to customize anything you can, I usually stick with the defaults, and make adjustments later when I need to.
If you are unfamiliar with anything I mentioned here, ask me in the comments and I will explain better. I will also go more in depth into terms later on.
See you soon.