Delete BreakpointNo surprises here; selecting this menu item has the same effect as hitting F9. It deletes the breakpoint.
Disable BreakpointThis option disables the breakpoint, so Visual Studio won't break at this breakpoint until it is enabled.
Location...This shows a window that allows the code location of the breakpoint to be edited:
Condition...This shows a window that allows you to change the condition that must be satisfied before the debugger stops the code at the breakpoint:
The example above sets the breakpoint to break when the variable loopCounter is equal to 719 0r 725:
Hit Count...This shows a window that allow you to specify the number of times the breakpoint needs to be hit before the debugger breaks:
This example causes the debugger to break when the statement has been hit 183 times: