At some moment, long ago, we somehow started to cover in our articles any subject but the PVS-Studio tool itself. We told you about the projects we checked and the C++ language's subtle details; we told you how to create plugins in C# or how to launch PVS-Studio from the command line... But PVS-Studio is first of all meant for developers working in Visual Studio. We've done quite a lot to make it easier and more comfortable for them to use our tool. Yet this particular aspect usually stays off screen. Now I decided to improve that and tell you about the PVS-Studio plugin from scratch. If you are a Visual C++ user, this article is for you.