Monday, February 1, 2016

Profiling your .NET Applications with Visual Studio 2015

It seems that with every new release of Visual Studio, Microsoft changes how you perform various operations.  In the case of Visual Studio 2015, Visual Studio 2015 is not the exception.

In particular, performing profiling in Visual Studio 2015 has changed from how you used to perform profiling in Visual Studio 2013.

In Visual Studio 2015, Profiling capabilities are now found beneath the Debug menu:

Once you have that in place, you have to set up your Profiling settings via Performance Explorer:

You then go into the Property Pages for the Performance Session in order to turn on Instrumentation:

You can read more details about how to exactly instrument and profile your application here:

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