How to enable and disable Javascript debugging from Visual Studio 2008 using Internet Explorer 8

Slow debugging in ASP.NET with Visual Studio 2008 because of Javascript debug environment?

Spend two minutes to save many minutes… 🙂

Registry commands in video:

Disable JavaScript Debugging
reg add HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\VisualStudio\9.0 \AD7Metrics\Engine\{F200A7E7-DEA5-11D0-B 854-00A0244A1DE2} /v ProgramProvider /d {4FF9DEF4-8922-4D02-9379-3FFA64D1D639} /f

Enable JavaScript Debugging
reg add HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\VisualStudio\9.0 \AD7Metrics\Engine\{F200A7E7-DEA5-11D0-B 854-00A0244A1DE2} /v ProgramProvider /d {170EC3FC-4E80-40AB-A85A-55900C7C70DE} /f

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