Making Windows 7 Jumplists / MRU lists work with Visual Studio

Windows 7’s addition of access methods such as jumplists and quick accessing of items from the most recently used list when an application is pinned to the start menu are great productivity boosts, so I was a little annoyed that they didn’t seem to work with Visual Studio solutions.

Here's why they don't work by default, and how to fix it.

Posted on Monday, October 26, 2009 3:08 PM |

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