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Why does the tool offer to change the code - just because it can?

Resharper (or is it Visual Studio - it's a yellow light bulb with a tiny red filament in it) offers to "invert if" on this code: if (tItems >= 0) { return tItems; } SetTotalItemsAndTotalAmt(); ...
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Are there any benefits to removing unused references in a VS project?

Are there any benefits to removing unused references in a VS project (such as can be done using Resharper), or will VS automatically take care of that when building/deploying?
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Is Resharper still a significant improvement for Visual Studio 2012 [closed]

I currently use Resharper with VS 2008 Pro. I find it almost a necessity to be as productive as I can be due to lack of some of the basic refactors/shortcuts in VS. However I was wondering if since ...
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Do you use ReSharper full time, or only enable it when needed? [closed]

Based on a multitude of questions related to temporarily disabling ReSharper, and also on certain research data, I can see that a considerable share of ReSharper users have it disabled most of the ...