MemPro
User Guide

Introduction
Quick Start
Setup
GUI
Toolbars
Side Panel
Output Window
Graph View
App Toolbar
Launch Dialog
Connect Dialog
Snapshot Toolbar
Snapshot
Full Snapshot
Snapshot Views
Call Tree View
Call Tree Grouping
Memory View
Functions View
Types View
Leaks View
Tools Toolbar
Subtract Snapshots
Rewind Memory
VMem View
Settings Toolbar
Symbol Paths Dialog
Settings
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Snapshot

snapshot button

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, read more...

What is a snapshot?

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

Note that this standard snapshot does not contain the contents of memory. To capture the contents of memory use the Full Snapshot.

How to take a snapshot at a previous point in time?

Right click in the graph panel where you want to take the snapshot and click 'Take Snapshot'. This can be done connected or disconnected.

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