In this chapter, you have seen that browsers and explorers are Visual Studio windows that typically provide a hierarchical view of their content. They tend to share common interface elements (tree views, toolbars, and elements), and they are, in effect, the primary means for visualizing and interacting with project elements within the IDE.
Browsers and explorers provide simple point-and-click interfaces for the following:
Visualizing and organizing your solutions and projects on a file-by-file basis
Visualizing and organizing your projects ...