To create a dual boot on your physical PC:
1. Create a Hyper-V Virtual Machine with a bootable VHDX disk file.
2. Via Windows Explorer, mount the VHDX disk in Windows 8.1 (right-click on the .vhdx file and select Mount). 48 more words
By default, in Visual Studio, when you want to check-in some pending changes, the default State value of related work items are to “Resolved”.
You can change this default value to “ 34 more words