Edit your scenes in a clean environment.

AnSolo allows you to solo objects. What is "solo"? Solo'ing an object is to hide all objects besides the one or the ones you want to work on.
This will speed up your editor to great extents. Besides speeding up your workflow, working in a clean environment is much nicer than working in one that is cluttered.
AnSolo comes in three flavours and a tag:

AnSolo Simply hide/unhide objects. You can select more than one object to keep visible.
Choosing AnSolo again, everything reverts back to its previous visibility.
AnSolo Hierarchy
Hide/unhide an object and its children. You can select just one object to keep visible.
Choosing AnSolo again, everything reverts back to its previous visibility.
AnSolo to Origin
Hide/unhide an object and moves the object to the origin, resetting its rotation to 0,0,0.
You can select just one object to keep visible.
Choosing AnSolo again, everything reverts back to its previous visibility, position and rotation.
AnSolo Ignore
All objects with this tag will be ignore by any AnSolo tool. So, if you want some object to be kept visible (usually, lights), add them an AnSolo Ignore tag.

It is advised to assign keyboard shortcuts to all the AnSolo toolsor place the tools in your layout.
While in Solo mode, the tools in the menu show a checkmark and the icons in the layout appear active.