Today I defined hundreds of breakpoints, including breakpoints in functions A, B and C.

When I break into function A, I want to go up (run until the current function returns) without breaking into other breakpoint.

MyApp!A <--- First break.
MyApp!main <--- I want to go back to main without breaking anywhere else.

Unfortunately, function A calls B and B calls C. So I have to break into B:

MyApp!B <--- Second break.

And then into C:

MyApp!C <--- Third break.

Before coming back to main.

And easy solution to this problem is to disable all breakpoints, go up, and re-enable all breakpoints, i.e.:

bd *; gu; be *;

You don't have to remove B and C breakpoints and define them again after going up.