Uninstalling Visual Studio’s Productivity Power Tools

Took me far too long to find this option. Powertools had some annoying quirks that I just couldn’t get passed and I wasn’t using any of it’s good features. Plus either it or the SP1 upgrade has left Visual Studio 2010 in a less than stable state, I find it crashing several times a day. So today I have removed Productivity Power Tools using the following method:

Tools -> Extension Manager -> Productivity Power Tools -> Uninstall


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One Response to “Uninstalling Visual Studio’s Productivity Power Tools”

  1. umut says:

    thanks, it helped

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