Sunday, February 11, 2007

VS.net Customization

some of the customization in registry, so that VS.net looks and feel as per your choice...

Caustion: Editing registry can be dangerous.

Remove Projects from "Recent Projects" List of VS.net 2005
- Open a Registry (Type : regedit in run dialog box)
- Select HKEY_CURRENT_USER, Expand Tree
- Select Software, Expand Tree
- Select Microsoft, Expand Tree
- Select VisualStudio, Expand Tree
- Select Version of VS.net you want to customize. eg: 7.1 for VS.net 2003, 8.0 for VS.net 2005.
- Lets go for VS.net 2005, so select 8.0 and exapand tree
- Select ProjectMRUList and delete the File1, File2 and so on as per your desire and you find that Project is removed from "Recent Projects" List.


Remove Projects from "File Menu", "Recent Project List"...
- Open a Registry (Type : regedit in run dialog box)
- Select HKEY_CURRENT_USER, Expand Tree
- Select Software, Expand Tree
- Select Microsoft, Expand Tree
- Select VisualStudio, Expand Tree
- Select Version of VS.net you want to customize. eg: 7.1 for VS.net 2003, 8.0 for VS.net 2005.
- Lets go for VS.net 2005, so select 8.0 and exapand tree
- Select FileMRUList and delete the File1, File2 and so on as per your desire and you find that Project is removed from "File Menu, Recent Projects" List.

Similarly you can do custom settings for all the key available, like find, editor settings and so on...

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