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Microsoft Edge has a new memory leak debugging tool

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Debugging should hopefully be a smoother process with the Detached Elements tool.
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[h=2]What you need to know[/h]
  • The teams behind Microsoft Edge and Teams have paired up to produce their new Detached Elements tool.
  • It's designed to aid in debugging memory leaks.
  • You can find the "Detached Elements" panel inside Microsoft Edge 97 and subsequent releases.
Memory leaks are no fun. They mess with performance and can be tricky to patch up. That's why Microsoft has made a new Detached Elements tool to identify problems and help stop leaks.

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