MemPro
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Full Snapshot

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Use this button to take a snapshot while the connected to a process. Once you have taken a snapshot you can open various views on the snapshot.

What is a Full Snapshot?

A full snapshot is a copy of the current state of memory. A snapshot contains:

Full snapshots take much longer than standard snapshots and use up a lot more memory.

What is it useful for?

Full snapshots are useful when you want to view the contents of memory in the Memory View. They are also used to find unreferenced (leaked) allocations in the Leak View.

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