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    Apply Colors to your VS Code border to Differentiate Between Windows

    Laurie BarthLaurie Barth
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    Use the Peacock extension to assign colors to the border of each VS code window or project.

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    Instructor: Navigate to your extensions marketplace and search for Peacock. Select the extension and install it.

    Use Command-Shift-P to open your preferences palette. Select Peacock, and enter color, and type in a color name or RGB value. Now, the border of the window will display the color that you've selected.