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VS2012: how to view the history of changes of ENTIRE solution?

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I need to view the history of changes of the entire solution in VS 2012.

In VS2010, you can right click the solution and view the history of the entire solution. Now in VS2012, this action only display the history of the solution file, NOT the entire solution.

How do I do that?

Your help is extremely important to me. Thank you in advance.
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right click in source control explorer and view history as opposed to the solution explorer
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