I’ve included the most popular Tabs Studio add-ins in the Tabs Studio installer, so that you don’t have to download and install them separately:
After installation all these add-ins are disabled. You can easily enable them checking the Startup option in the new Add-in Manager window. Restart of Visual Studio is still required to actually load or unload add-ins. Internally, an active add-in is a regular dll file in the Add-in installation folder, while a disabled add-in is the same file renamed to have the inactive extension.
For loaded add-ins that support configuration via the TabsStudioExt.IConfigurable interface, the Options button is displayed. See the Navigator add-in as an example.
Download link: Tabs Studio v2.1.2.