How to run a project in VIsual Studio in a fast way

Posted on 2011-04-19
Last Modified: 2013-12-16
I have many projects in a solution in VS 2010. I need to run one at a time and always I have to do the following: click in the project, mouse right-botton, Debug, Start New Instance.

Is there a easier way? It is only C# programs, not ASP .NET or anything like that.
Question by:DistillingExperts
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    press just



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    Accepted Solution

    you may have following choices

    Just make a project startup project and press F5 or start.
    Make a Switch board project, a test project with different buttons where each button may cause to execute related project. just make this project startup project and you will be able to handle all projects directly.

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    ctrl+f5 is without debugging


    f5 is with debugging

    That might help you.


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