Is there any difference having Rstudio on the anaconda environment?

I already have R Studio installed. But I also have Anaconda environment since Python is my first programing language.
I was wondering if there could be any difference having both in the same environment. Or maybe is just futile.
Have anyone tried?

RStudio is not officially supported through Anaconda so you get a very old version and no technical support. The only advantage in my opinion, if you are already familiarized with Anaconda, is using the same environment management, but there are ways now of managing environments natively in R like with the renv package.

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