I'm working as a support engineer, and regularly I'm working with several tasks, which imply:
- One or several Windbg sessions
- One or several Visual Studio sessions (application or dumps)
In my taskbar, all Windbg sessions are grouped together, and all Visual Studio sessions are grouped together, and the titles are not always very clear (like
<source file> (Debugging),
Source not found (Debugging) for Visual Studio or
Dump C:\<incomplete_filename> for Windbg.
I would like to create a group of processes, give it a name, and in there, put all processes, relevant for that one group, e.g.:
I'm working on two memory dumps for ticket
DCP_12345, and I'll need to open two Windbg sessions (one for every dump) and two Visual Studio sessions (one for a dump, and one for the corresponding application), so I create a group, I call it
DCP_12345, and after having started the mentioned processes, I add them to that group. Like this, my taskbar does not look like an ununderstandable pile of Windbg sessions, Visual Studio sessions, …, but it consists of different groups, called by the corresponding ticket number, which makes it for me very easy to follow what I'm currently working on.
Is there such a feature in Windows-10? Or a plugin, program, …, to achieve this?
Thanks in advance
P.s.1 I have tested an applications, called
Bins (From 1UpIndustries), it is grouping my processes indeed, but it does not give the opportunity to give a name to the groups.
P.s.2 I also already experimented with virtual desktops, but I didn't like this a lot (as it's not possible to have a separate background image or any other identifier).