The Code Explorer is a full replacement for the Project Explorer — only better. It has all the old features, such as importing, exporting, and removing (only our import allows you to import multiple modules, unlike the Project Explorer), and some new ones, such as indenting a procedure, module, all modules in a folder, or all modules in a project. It also sports Commit and Undo commands to open the Source Control panel and commit or undo all changes in a tracked file without needed to open the Source Control panel.
The Todo explorer finds "todo ", "note ", and "bug " markers in your code, and can be set to not find these and/or to find any other markers you wish in the Settings.
Quickly locate all references to any procedure, parameter, variable, constant, enum, library function, line label, even built-in identifiers.
If you're coding against abstractions, this feature is priceless: use it on any interface member to locate all its implementations.
Search for literally anything, literally anywhere. From procedures to parameters, locals to globals, constants, enums and their members, user-defined types and their members, modules, classes, forms, line labels, and probably other things I'm forgetting. If it has a name, it can be navigated to.