The Object Browser is a special tool window that enables you to browse the .NET Framework class library. You can get a hierarchical view of the Base Class Library and of all the types defined in your solution, including types defined in referenced external assemblies. The Object Browser is useful because you can understand how a type is defined, what members it exposes, what interfaces it implements and what other classes it derives from. If the types are documented, you can get a description for each object or member.
You can activate the Object Browser by pressing Ctrl+ALT+J.
Figure 2.35 represents, as an example, the Object Browser showing members of the