Our team uses ClearTeam Explorer for source control. I like the way we can compare different versions of a code file side by side within this application. But otherwise, I feel this is outdated and there are many other better version control systems out there like GIT SourceTree which is more user-friendly
Very slow. Especially if used intermittently with some idle time in between, it takes a lot of time to respond.
Needs the user to check out the file before editing it, rather than automatically detecting the modified files. If a user modifies a file without checking it out, the file gets hijacked.
A lot of time is wasted to wait for the connection, check out the files and check-in them again. I like the way how it works in SourceTree. Users change the code, SourceTree would detect all the modified files and then commit the changes.
The application keeps throwing errors without much information about what is causing the error.
View management is not very straightforward
There are many other better version control systems like GIT SourceTree.
Source control for .NET application development.