Step 1: configure SSMS to only show file names on the tabs. Click Tools, Options, Text Editor, Editor Tab and Status Bar, and set all of the tab texts to false except file name. After all, not like all this stuff fits on the tab.
Step 2: while you’re in Tools, Options, click on Tabs and Windows. Check the box for “Show pinned tabs in a separate row.”
Step 3: start new windows for your favorite utility queries, and save them with the right names. For example, I have a window open just for sp_WhoIsActive, so I save that as sp_WhoIsActive.sql. It doesn’t actually have the sp_WhoIsActive CODE in that window, just a simple EXEC sp_WhoIsActive.
Then pin those tabs – click the little pin on those windows, and voila, they show up in their own row:
Go get SSMS 2016. It just runs more awesomely.