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:
- The state of all pages in the process
- Information on how much memory is allocated
- Information on all currently active allocations
- The contents of the entire process memory
Full snapshots take much longer than standard snapshots and use up a lot more memory.
What is it useful for?