New ANTS Memory Profiler

New - ANTS Memory Profiler 8

Create better performing .NET Applications

  • Profile managed and unmanaged code
  • Find memory leaks
  • Optimize memory usage
14-day free trial

.NET developers use ANTS Memory Profiler to:

Why ANTS Memory Profiler?

Automatic memory management in .NET makes development a lot easier, but it's still easy to introduce memory leaks into your application. For example, forgetting to unregister event handlers can lead to significant chunks of memory being held on to unnecessarily, but spotting that this is happening can be very difficult.

Trying to understand memory problems without a suitable tool can take hours or days, if you're lucky enough to know a problem exists. This is time which would be better spent fixing the problem.

A tool every .NET developer should use

ANTS Memory Profiler makes memory profiling simple. With it, you can:

If you're programming in C# or VB.NET, and you need to understand where your memory is going, give ANTS Memory Profiler a try. It takes five minutes to download, install, and start using the tool.


Part of the .NET Developer Bundle

.NET Developer Bundle

ANTS Memory Profiler is part of our full performance optimization and debugging package to help you develop fast, high quality web and desktop applications.

$619 per user
ANTS Memory Profiler is available as a standalone tool, or as part of the .NET Developer Bundle.

Volume discounts apply.
New! Version 8 out now

ANTS Memory Profiler 8 lets you see your code's use of unmanaged memory, and brings better support for ASP.NET.
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What do people think?

It allowed me to track leaks where WinDbg was awful to deal with.

Vincent Molines, Developer, Web100T

I purchased ANTS Profiler as I knew I had a memory leak in my code and I could see this with Task Scheduler. It would have taken me weeks to find the cause but, 2 hours after installing ANTS Profiler, the problem was solved; it paid itself off on the first day I used it.

Graeme Elliott, Lead Architect, Spirit Software Solutions