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Microsoft Visual Studio 2015 Unleashed, Third Edition by Mike Snell, Lars Powers

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Getting Started

When you first launch Visual Studio 2015, you are presented with the Start Page for the IDE (see Figure 2.12). The Start Page contains a number of useful links to get you moving quickly. Starting from the upper left, you have three primary options: New Project, Open Project, and Open from Source Control. You also can launch a recent project from the left side of the screen. The centermost real estate is used for providing access to the latest learning links and videos relevant to your development choices.

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FIGURE 2.12 The Visual Studio Start Page.

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You can highlight a project under the Recent list and pin it to ensure it ...

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