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    Profiling tool for MSVC

    Hi, ALL,
    Is there a profiling tool for MSVC that is free to use?

    Thank you.

    P.S.: If this does not belong to this forum, I apologize...

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    Re: Profiling tool for MSVC

    Yes, Visual Studio comes with built-in profiling tools.
    Have a look in MSDN at Analyzing Application Performance using Profiling Tools.

    And yes of course, it is free to use as long as you already have Visual Studio.
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    Re: Profiling tool for MSVC

    Hi, Ovidiu,
    Sorry for such a late reply.
    Yes, I do have MSVS. It's MS Bisual Studio 2010 Professional.
    However looking at this link I see that I need to start by clicking "Analyze" menu. Problem is I don't have such menu even if I run the IDE as Administrator.

    Any idea?

    Thank you.

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    Re: Profiling tool for MSVC

    Profiling is only in the Premium and Ultimate editions. THe professional and express editions don't have profiling tools.

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    Re: Profiling tool for MSVC

    Hi,
    Thank you for the reply.
    Now it means I'm back to square one with my question: is there a profiler for MSVC which is free and available to use?

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