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I wanted to quickly announce that as of Visual Studio 2013 the Concurrency Visualizer tool instead of shipping in the box with VS, is available as an external vsix that you can install on top of Visual Studio. So if you are running VS2013 and wish to use the Concurrency Visualizer, don’t panic when you don’t find it installed, instead please download it from here: http://visualstudiogallery.msdn.microsoft.com/24b56e51-fcc2-423f-b811-f16f3fa3af7a. Feedback as always welcome in our MSDN diagnostics forum.
And what are we supposed to take away from this article: msdn.microsoft.com/.../dd537632.aspx
It clearly implies that the concurrecy visualizer i still part of VS! (although it mixes up 2012/2013).
@Thomasl, thanks for reporting the documentation error, I'll pass it on to the right folks. One of the reasons for moving it from in-the-box to a vsix is that we are actually trying to reduce the UI surface and commands that ship in the box; one way we are doing that is by removing capabilities that have very low usage relative to other similar features. ConcVi was one of those features with low usage, based on our telemetry. I am sorry for the inconvenience of having to search and find this info, but now that you have, does the tool work for you? May I understand how else you are impacted by this decision? Also please feel free to open a uservoice item, so we can plan our future releases accordingly with capabilities in this domain...