Visual Studio Tips and Tricks

Productivity Driven Development

Hide Your Menu

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I am a keyboard power user, and rarely use the mouse inside Visual Studio. I found this neat extension Hide Main Menu that hides my Visual Studio Menu and shows it if I press the Alt key. This helps in reducing the noise in my environment, which looks like below.

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