Is there any way to examine the bottle neck of

wpf efficiently?

In the current program, when the window focus is switched,
When the mouse cursor is moved over a button or text box.
In addition, even if the event is not set&the drawing is not updated, processing will be lost just by moving the window.

You may understand if you take the time to remove the functions one by one, but the scale is too big to take time.
In the case of UWP, it seems that there is a heat map function, but since WPF does not have that function, I do not know at a glance.
Is there a way to efficiently investigate the cause of the load?

  • Answer # 1

    or the following information will be helpful?

    .net-How do you install the WPF Performance Suite in Windows 8.1?-Stack Overflow


    I managed to get everything working under Windows 10 with a .NET 4.5 WPF app.

  • Answer # 2

    Can you use the performance profile function?

    Lost if you don't know? Let's use the features of Visual Studio! [Novella]