WPF Performance and .NET Framework Client Profile

WPF performance and .NET Framework Client Profile related blogs provided by Jossef Goldberg.

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  • Blog Post: Memory Leak Hotfixes for WPF 3.5 SP1

    Hopefully folks saw my related blog post Finding Memory Leaks in WPF-based applications . In this post below I wanted folks to be aware that we released few other KB Articles (Hotfix) that address other various memory leaks reported in .NET 3.5 SP1. Some of these fixes made it to .NET 4. 1. KB981107...
  • Blog Post: WPF 3.5 SP1 Performance on Tablet & Touch-enabled machines – Part II

    Hopefully folks saw my first “ WPF 3.5 SP1 Performance on Tablet & Touch-enabled machines” blog. In that blog I have mentioned that depending on the WPF application and scenario you may see significant performance issues and general sluggishness on Tablet & Touch-enabled machines and even on...
  • Blog Post: Improving Microsoft DataGrid CTP sorting performance - Part 2

    In this blog I wrote how you can improve Microsoft DataGrid CTP by providing your own custom sort. As one of the comments suggested you can get even better performance by using delegates. I have changed MySort code below and I now use delegates to avoid the switch comparison that was called on every...
  • Blog Post: What’s new in WPF 3.5 SP1: Splash Screen to improve perceived startup perf

    Summary: To improve the perception of a more responsive startup experience many WPF applications added a Splash Screen to their startup.   The Splash Screen, which does not load WPF code shows as soon as possible and is displayed until the application main window is rendered. Up until 3.5 Sp1 we...
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