Programmers who need to support older versions of the Internet Explorer browser should still try to pay attention to programming patterns such as JScript closures, as they could cause memory leaks.
IEJSLeaksDetector is a plain, native, Windows application and does not require any particular setup (the executable can be just unzipped and run).It only runs in 32 bit versions of Windows. 64 bits editions are not supported yet.
There are only two installation steps required to make sure that the tool works correctly:
1. The tool requires that the pdm.dll script installer is installed in the machine. This DLL is normally installed with any version of Microsoft Visual Studio.In case you are unable to install Visual Studio in the target machine, a simpler way to install pdm.dll is by installing the Microsoft Script Debugger, freely downloadable here.2. The tool also requires Internet Explorer script debugging to be enabled to work correctly. Verify that the check box "Disable script debugging (Other)" is unchecked, in IE ('Tools' menu -> Internet Options -> 'Advanced' tab -> 'Browsing' section) as shown in figure.