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Heath Stewart17-Feb-07 7:15
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What you're seeing is the working set and this should not be trusted. If you're truly interested in your managed application's performance, you should take a look at using various .NET performance counters in your perf monitoring tool (perfmon in Windows) and add those counters.

Additionally, on MSDN you'll find links and articles to various performance tools that peer inside of managed applications and show you allocations or even profile your code to show you where your heaviest calls are, or where your application spends the most time. Optimizing based on profiling is an extremely useful tool.

As far as the working set for managed Windows Forms applications goes, if you minimize and then restore your app you'll most often notice that number go down. A lot of this is just how the memory manager allocates memory, and how and when the GC collects. Again, you can find lots more data about all that in MSDN at http://msdn.microsoft.com.

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