VS 2010 includes new support for better managing debugger
breakpoints. One particularly useful feature is called “Breakpoint
Labels” – it enables much better grouping and filtering of breakpoints within a
project or across a solution.
With previous releases of Visual Studio you had to manage
each debugger breakpoint as a separate item. Managing each breakpoint
separately can be a pain with large projects and for cases when you want to
maintain "logical groups" of breakpoints that you turn on/off
depending on what you are debugging. Using the new VS 2010
"breakpoint labeling" feature you can now name these "groups"
of breakpoints and manage them as a unit.