Jarfalla, Sweden, October 05, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- SciTech Software, experts of .NET profiling software, today announced the immediate release of .NET Memory Profiler 4.0. New features include an instance graph, instance filters, Silverlight profiling, and improved "attach to" using the .NET 4.0 profiling API.
.NET Memory Profiler is a powerful tool for finding memory leaks and optimizing the memory usage in programs written in C#, VB.NET or any other .NET Language.
New features in V4
- Instance graph - Get a visual overview of how a managed instance is being used, how it is related to other instances, and, maybe most importantly, how roots are preventing it from being garbage collected.
- Instance and allocation filters - The new filters provide you with information about instances and allocations that share a common characteristic, e.g. all allocations and instances that are derived from a specific type, all instances that are directly referenced by a root, all boxed instances, or all allocations performed by a specific method.
- Guided profiling - The profiler guides provide interactive step-by-step instructions that will help you with common memory profiling tasks, such as memory leak investigations.
Andreas Suurkuusk, CEO of SciTech Software, said “Writing your .NET app is only part of providing a robust solution. Ensuring your code is running at optimum performance is key. .NET Memory Profiler 4.0 gives developers the edge in being able to ensure their apps are running at their peak performance, without the risk of memory problems even in long running programs. With the new features in .NET Memory Profiler 4.0 such as Instance graph, Instance and allocation filters and Guided profiling, what used to take hours can be done in minutes.”
Pricing and Availability
Standard € 129
Professional € 249
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SciTech Software is a software development and consulting company. The company was founded in 1991 with the intention of creating software for scientific instruments, but our focus has shifted towards creating tools for developers.
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