"Fortunate are those who take the first steps.” ― Paulo Coelho

WPF and IE Memory leak -tools & links

Worth mentioning –

1) WPF:

2) Internet Explorer client side memory leak detector /tool -> IE Sieve –

3) WPF progress bar memory leak-

<ProgressBar Name=”Progress” Width=”250″ Height=”15″ Minimum=”0″ Maximum=”1″ Margin=”10″ IsIndeterminate=”True”>


4) Tracking down managed memory leaks (how to find a GC leak) —>

5) What do the Task Manager memory columns mean?



October 24, 2013 - Posted by | Memory, windbg

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