Microsoft Visual Studio Community 2015 is a really powerful and advanced IDE. However, it can be adjusted even further by a developer. For instance, one can easily show or hide particular windows as well as arrange them in a few variants, such as floating, docked, or tabbed. In this recipe, you will learn how to open additional windows and place them in suitable areas.
To use this recipe, you just need Microsoft Visual Studio Community 2015 installed, as explained in the previous recipe. No other prerequisites are required.
To arrange windows, you need to perform the following steps: