Change title of Recent Projects in Start Page

Is there any way to change the name on the menu of recent projects without changing the actual project itself? I inherited SSRS reports that use the project name LINKS.SQL.Reports (LINKS not LINQ...that confused me at first too) for Development, QA and Production. I have to hover over the title to make sure I alter the Development version and not the QA version like I have done before.

Is there an easy way to do this without too much hassle?
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Alexandre SimõesManager / Technology SpecialistCommented:
The short answer is: NO

The MRU list is stored in the registry under this key:

If you have a peek there you see that there's no title stored there, only the file full path.
It's VS itself that strips out the file name and puts it in the Start Page list.

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Bob LearnedCommented:
Your structure for different environments is confusing, so could you explain it in detail? There might be a better approach...
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