Code Analysis is a Visual Studio tool that can analyze your code and warn you about bad practices and plain bad code.
It can be a very handy tool that can lift your code to a higher level and allows you to simply create better and more maintainable applications.
However, having code analysis enabled, severely slows down your build. Changing a little thing in code causes Code Analysis to run on the next build, which can be plain annoying.
For these reasons I have created a little Visual Studio Add In, which can disable Code Analysis on all projects in the currently opened solution, and can restore the initial settings.
The project home is: http://code.google.com/p/codeanalyzethis/
You can download the source here: http://code.google.com/p/codeanalyzethis/downloads/list
Or you can check out the source with SVN: svn checkout http://codeanalyzethis.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/
I am not familiar with administering Open Source so I just picked the GNU GPL v3 licence. If anyone has any considerations towards the licence, please let me know.