|I often have to work with complex Visual Studio solutions, with several projects and lots of open files in the editor. Sometimes it can get a little messy, and I was in need of a workspaces functionality, which could allow me to save and restore distinct workspaces, each with its own open files.
I then found an extension for Visual Studio which exactly does that; it is named Workspace Manager, is completely free and is made by Andrey Veselov; I owe him a huge "Thank You!".
Workspaces are saved at the solution level, in a SQLite db file located in solution's directory.
It can be found by its name in the Extension Manager, or downloaded at the following link:
Workspace Manager by Andrey Veselov[^]
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