Make Your Programs Run Faster

If your program uses too much memory, performs too many allocations, or has bad allocation patterns, the performance will suffer. This can affect not only your program, but other programs as well. With .NET Memory Profiler you will get the information you need to ensure that the memory usage of your program is as efficient as possible.

.NET Memory Profiler will:

  • Heap utilization info

    Help you optimize memory and resource usage

    The heap-utilization tracker will tell you how the managed heaps are used and indicate bad allocation patterns. The dispose tracker will help you make sure that disposable instances are correctly disposed. Together, this information can help you optimize the memory and resource usage of the application.

  • Peak snapshot info

    Provide information about the peak memory usage of your application

    By using the new peak snapshot collection, you can get detailed information about the peak managed memory usage of your application. (more...)

  • Duplicate instances analysis issue

    Detect duplicate instances

    The automatic memory analyzer in .NET Memory Profiler will give you detailed information about all duplicated instances. This includes simple duplicates, like duplicated strings, and complex duplicates, such as large identical hashtables. This information will help you avoid unnecessary memory usage caused by the duplicates. (more...)

  • Real-time graph

    Present real-time memory and resource information

    The profiler presents real-time information about all .NET instance allocations performed on the garbage collected heap and all instances that reside on the heap. (more...)

  • Help you make sure that all instances are correctly disposed

    The dispose tracker will give you information about disposable instances that are not correctly disposed. Disposable instances often have finalizers and wrap native resources. Failing to dispose an instance can cause costly finalization and delay the release of a native resource. (more...)