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Customizing the Visual Studio 2010 Start screen

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0 comments   /   posted by Ilia Iordanov on Aug 20, 2009
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Peter Himschoot shows how to customize the Visual Studio 2010 start screen.

Visual Studio 2010 is completely written in WPF (well, probably except some dialogs …) so this means you can tweak VS in all kinds of ways using the simple power of XAML. One of the simplest things to customize is the start screen. Just for fun I’ve tried this and here is the result.



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