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Visual Studio 2010 Features post list on my blog

Before some days one of my friend asked me about my visual studio 2010 features list.  So this post is about my visual studio 2010 post list. I have done lots of blog post about features of Visual Studio 2010 and Following is complete list of it.
  1. Visual Studio 2010 Color Theme Editor- Customize look of visual studio
  2. Visual Studio 2010 styles
  3. Surround with feature in Visual Studio 2010
  4. SQL Management Studio in Visual Studio 2010
  5. Box Selection in Visual Studio 2010
  6. Code refactoring with Visual Studio 2010 Part-1
  7. Code refactoring with Visual Studio 2010 Part-2
  8. Code refactoring with Visual Studio 2010 Part-3
  9. Code refactoring with Visual Studio 2010 Part-4
  10. Visual Studio 2010 and UML(Unified Modeling Language) Part-I
  11. Task list window in Visual Studio 2010
  12. HTML5 Intellisense in Visual Studio 2010/2008
  13. View Call Hierarchy window in Visual Studio 2010
  14. Pin features while debugging in Visual Studio 2010
  15. Historical Debugging (Intellitrace) on Visual Studio 2010 Ultimate Part-1
  16. Historical Debugging (Intellitrace) on Visual Studio 2010 Ultimate Part-2
  17. Variable Reference Code Highlighting and Hide selection features of Visual Studio 2010
  18. HTML and Java Script code snippets in Visual Studio 2010
  19. Visual Studio 2010 New Feature-Generate From usage
  20. Visual Studio 2010-Automatically Adjust Visual Experience
  21. Visual Studio 2010- New Features Selected Text
  22. New publish setting dialog in visual studio 2010 beta 2
  23. Rename feature in Visual Web Developer 2010/Visual Studio 2010
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