DotNet developers can free themselves from tedious memory management for their application as Microsoft Framework and CLR do it automatically.CLR provides a mechanism called as Garbage Collection which manages your applications memory. In this session we will discuss how garbage collector works and how it affects the performance of your Applications.
When you create an object using new () operator, the object’s memory is obtained from the managed heap. When the garbage collector decides that sufficient garbage has accumulated, it performs a collection to free some memory. This process is fully automatic, but there are a number of factors that you need to be aware of that can make the process more or less efficient. Read more »