How to configure Visual Studio 2012 to use Beyond Compare 3

I would like to configure Visual Studio 2012 to open Beyond Compare by default as the diff tool. How can I do this?

I can’t find an appropriate solution from

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    The VS 2010 instructions work in VS 2012:
    How to configure Visual Studio to use Beyond Compare

    User tools configuration dialog in VS2012

    In Visual Studio 2008 + , go to the

    Tools menu -->  select Options 

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    In Options Window –> expand Source Control –> Select Subversion User
    Tools –> Select Beyond Compare

    and click OK button..

    Configure SVN to use BC, if you can’t find old settings in new interface

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