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How to mange new versions of VB.Net projects

I'm learning how to program in VB.Net. When I complete and test some new subs, I save the project. Then I copy the entire project folder, rename it with a new version number and then open this new version in Visual Studios, go into the Solution Explorer and rename the project version. (i.e. Game v1.0 is renamed to Game v2.0). Is there a more efficient and effective means to tracking project versions?
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Kalpesh ChhatralaSoftware ConsultantCommented:
you can use Version Control System like TortoiseSVN

Sample for how to use TortoiseSVN

http://www.codeproject.com/KB/dotnet/SourceControl_VSNET.aspx
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WhyDidntItWorkAuthor Commented:
Had to figure my own solution.
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