I mostly use Console or Forms applications in VS for my projects.
Did anyone among you ever use an Empty Project when starting a new one?
Well, it is as clean as you can get with Visual Studio! The world is at your feet!
I use it mainly to test some drawing methods from the Graphics class.
To get a feeling of it, let’s start a new empty project.
I called mine “Draw” and I right clicked it to get the properties window and set the Output type: to Windows Application, to avoid that a console window opens also.
Because it is an empty project, you are responsible for the References you want to use.
Here I used
Now in the Program.cs file fill in these 40 lines or so, remember this in fact a complete project! Enjoy!