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Best Practices No. 5: Detecting .NET application memory leaks

, 10 Oct 2013 CPOL
In this article we are going to detect .NET application memory leaks.
WindowsAppMemoryLeak
WindowsAppMemoryLeak
bin
Debug
WindowsAppMemoryLeak.exe
WindowsAppMemoryLeak.pdb
WindowsAppMemoryLeak.vshost.exe
obj
Debug
Refactor
TempPE
WindowsAppMemoryLeak.csproj.GenerateResource.Cache
WindowsAppMemoryLeak.exe
WindowsAppMemoryLeak.frmMemoryLeakage.resources
WindowsAppMemoryLeak.pdb
WindowsAppMemoryLeak.Properties.Resources.resources
Properties
WindowsAppMemoryLeak.suo

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