Visual Studio Time Saver–Working with tabs

When we code in Visual Studio we open and close endless tabs. Make sure you have your tab settings optimized for the way you work.

In Visual Studio 2013, they gave us the ability to pop out tabs into a floating window, but there are more settings behind the scene to customize the way the tabs work as you edit your code. In this short video I’ll show you a few simple tricks to help you set up your tabs the way you want them.

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