The Concurrency Visualizer is a tool for Visual Studio that allows you to analyze and improve performance of multi-threaded Windows Desktop applications. See the MSDN documentation for more information on using the Concurrency Visualizer.
The Concurrency Visualizer was included with Visual Studio 2010 and Visual Studio 2012, and in Visual Studio 2013 it was made an optional extension. Each new release of Visual Studio requires a corresponding update of the Concurrency Visualizer. We are pleased to announce that the Concurrency Visualizer for Visual Studio 2015 is now available on the Visual Studio Gallery, and the command line collection tools for the Concurrency Visualizer are available on the Microsoft Download Center.
If you’ve been using the previous versions of the Concurrency Visualizer with Visual Studio 2010, Visual Studio 2012, or Visual Studio 2013 and are looking to upgrade to Visual Studio 2015, you’ll need the latest version of the Concurrency Visualizer as well.
Note that the Concurrency Visualizer only supports Windows Desktop applications and does not support ASP.NET or Universal Windows Projects.
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