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Is there a way to browse change sets?

If I check-out a changeset, does it include everything UP TO that changeset?
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Do you mean the Get specific Version  command ?
if so  then run this command at the root of your project,, so the get command works recursively, if you select a single file or just a sub folder, only this will be updated by the get command.

if you just need to browse changesets and review history , just get Team foundation sidekicks , the history sidekick & the Code review sidekicks provide excellent ways to efficiently review the code changes

http://www.attrice.info/downloads/

For visual studio / TFS 2008 get version 2.4

For Visual studio 2010 / TFS 2010 get version 3.0.x

hope this answers your question.

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