Visual Studio 2013 has a tool in the performance and diagnostics hub that enables you to analyze memory usage for Windows Store apps built using XAML. Now, WPF and Win32 app support in the recent Visual Studio 2013 Update 3 CTP 2 release has been enabled.
This also provided an opportunity to add some features, such as the ability to force a garbage collection and to see what modules are responsible for memory allocation.
Head over to The Visual Studio Blog to get all the details on those features.
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