If I remember right, previous versions of VS did that.Olivier J. shared this idea ·
As @JonasTingmode states, xml-comments should automatically be inherited. In addition to this, there should be a get-xml-comment-from-base-or-interface-refactoring, in case want to refine the comment for concrete implementations.
I suggest that these non-namespace-relevant folders should look and behave like solution folders. The msdn article "How to: Organize a Solution Using Solution Folders" describes solution folders as:
"Solution Folders are an organizational tool in Solution Explorer; corresponding Windows folders are not created."
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@AdamJSycz: in Visual Studio 2015 this is now realized.
This should work for links found on the start page as well.