Sometimes it quite handy to see if your project has actually loaded the dll you are expecting. While debugging go to Debug > Windows > Modules this will display a list of all loaded dll’s along with there symbol status and optimisation status.
Visual Studio 2017 comes bundled with a version of Chrome which integrates with the VS debugging tools. It’s enabled by default and can be quite useful. However as it’s not the same version of Chrome you may have installed on your machine, it doesn’t give access to your bookmarks, browser extensions etc.
This feature can be disabled:
1. Go to Tools > Options.
2. Select Debugging then General.
Next time you run your web application Visual Studio will use whichever version of Chrome/IE you have installed.
The configuration file is called applicationhost.config It’s stored here:
My Documents > IIS Express > config
usually (not always) one of these paths will work
Update for VS2015
If you’re using visual studio 2015 look here: