This section describes elements of the integrated development environment (IDE) that are not associated with any particular feature.
Provides information about Visual Studio and about the computer that it is running.
Describes the dialog box that lets you recover files that were unsaved at the time of an unexpected IDE event.
Describes the Web browser that is available in the IDE.
Displays properties for projects, files, controls, and fields in IDE windows and designers.
Lets you set user credentials to be passed to a proxy server when you access Online Help.
Explains what the image library is and how you can use it.
Describes the default Visual Studio Start Page.
Contains language reference topics that explain how to interact with the IDE by typing commands in the Command window and the Find/Command box.
Shows how each programming language structures its common syntax elements.
Contains topics about various XML schemas that are available in Visual Studio.
Contains topics about MSBuild.
Provides information about keyboard shortcuts and how you can contact Microsoft.
Contains language reference topics about the automation model for the IDE. Includes the automation model for debugging.
Includes user interface reference, language reference, error message, and other reference topics that apply to all products that are hosted in the IDE.