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Tech Tips, Tricks & Trivia

by 'Anil' Radhakrishna
An architect's notes, experiments, discoveries and annotated bookmarks.

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What is the difference between "Start" & "Start without Debugging"

This is a Visual Studio.NET question that is asked frequently on the .NET Forums.

There is a crisp explanation on MSDN -

Clicking on "Start" starts the default browser and loads the specified start page. Running a page in the debugger allows you to step through code line by line and make use of additional analysis tools and run-time information.

"Start without Debugging" allows you to run your code as it normally would run outside of the context of development tools, and therefore no run-time information is available through these tools.

On a related note - For some reason, I find that articles on the Microsoft domain (MSDN, Technet, MS Forums) are not showing up at the top of Google search results as much as they used to for queries on popular MS technical topics.

Whatever may be the reason, for any product documentation to be useful the content should be search-engine friendly.

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How can I create a Google-friendly site?

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