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This post is just a quicky to remind me of a Visual Studio switch that I found interesting/useful.

If you are interested in such things, there are a number of command line switches that can be used with Visual Studio.

One that does not appear on the list linked to above is the "nosplash" switch.  This switch disables the splash screen when starting Visual Studio, taking you directly into the IDE.

Close Visual Studio and then add /nosplash after ...devenv.exe in the target of whichever shortcut you use to start Visual Studio.

Starting Visual Studio now should now be quicker, possibly saving precious seconds that you could put to use elsewhere!

Posted on Wednesday, June 2, 2010 9:00 AM Random Thoughts of Interest | Back to top

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