Temporarily disable Resharper?

Is there a way to temporarily disable Resharper? It significantly slows down Visual Studio's performance when I open a solution consisting of about 80 projects.

P.S. I'm evaluating version 1.5.1

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Hello Andy,

Go in the menu Tools/Add-in Manager.

There you can uncheck it.
You can even change it so that it won't load at startup if you wish.


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I just noticed this myself, although it's a bit late to do anything about
it. I dropped roughly 80 source files into a project a while ago and
ReSharper has been eating 100% CPU time for the past 30 minutes or so. It
might be nice if ReSharper could do its thing in the background and let me
continue working until it is finally finished building the tree or whatever
it's doing. As it is, Visual Studio 2003 isn't responding so I'm basically
dead in the water until either it finishes or I get tired of waiting and
kill it.

--
Lothan


"Jeff Heon" <jfheon@yahoo.com> wrote in message
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Hello Andy,

>

Go in the menu Tools/Add-in Manager.

>

There you can uncheck it. You can even change it so that it won't load at
startup if you wish.

>



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so. It might be nice if ReSharper could do its thing in the background
and let me continue working until it is finally finished building the


This will be implemented in ReSharper 2.0.

Valentin Kipiatkov
Chief Scientist, Vice President of Product Development
JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"

I just noticed this myself, although it's a bit late to do anything
about it. I dropped roughly 80 source files into a project a while ago
and ReSharper has been eating 100% CPU time for the past 30 minutes or
so. It might be nice if ReSharper could do its thing in the background
and let me continue working until it is finally finished building the
tree or whatever it's doing. As it is, Visual Studio 2003 isn't
responding so I'm basically dead in the water until either it finishes
or I get tired of waiting and kill it.

"Jeff Heon" <jfheon@yahoo.com> wrote in message
news:6b75b6e558cc8c7b41298b83dec@news.jetbrains.com...

>> Hello Andy,
>>
>> Go in the menu Tools/Add-in Manager.
>>
>> There you can uncheck it. You can even change it so that it won't
>> load at startup if you wish.
>>


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