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  • Blog Post: The Garbage Collector Manages my Memory

    Profiling a .NET application with the Concurrency Visualizer in Visual Studio 11 Developer Preview has a less noisy Synchronization profile report than in Visual Studio 2010. The reason is because synchronizing with the thread driving garbage collection is now categorized as Memory Management. Without...
  • Blog Post: Performance Improvements for the Concurrency Visualizer

    Downloading Symbols As mentioned in http://blogs.msdn.com/b/visualizeparallel/archive/2011/09/19/how-can-visual-studio-11-developer-preview-visualize-the-behavior-of-a-multithreaded-application.aspx there are noticeable performance improvements to the Concurrency Visualizer in Visual Studio 11 Developer...
  • Blog Post: Profiling DirectX Activity

    In Visual Studio 11 Developer Preview the Concurrency Visualizer highlights the way the traced process makes use of DirectX. To see how Internet Explorer 9 makes use of the GPU give the HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Main\TabProcGrowth registry key a value of 0. Internet Explorer...
  • Blog Post: I know I’m doing more File I/O than this

    One of the changes made to the Concurrency Visualizer in Visual Studio 11 Developer Preview is that it no longers shows all of the disk I/O activity for the System process in the disk I/O swim lanes. In Visual Studio 2010 the disk I/O swim lanes had I/O segments for all of the disk I/O for the process...
  • Blog Post: How Can Visual Studio 11 Developer Preview Visualize the Behavior of a Multithreaded Application

    Now that you’ve had a day or two to work with the latest build of Visual Studio 11 Developer Preview and the .Net Framework 4.5 Developer Preview, I’m positive that you’re at the point where you would like to visualize the behavior of your multithreaded application. Remembering how...
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