Visual Studio Time Saver: Dude where’s my files?

Quick tips to make you more efficient in Visual Studio
By default, the file path for Visual Studio projects is very long. When you want to access a subfolder or file in your project from Windows Explorer or reference the file path in your code, you can find yourself navigating up and down folders trying to find the file locations. Did you know you can right click on the tab in the code editor window to access the file path or to open the folder in Windows Explorer? Check it out 


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