alert.Popup.Click += new EventHandler(Popup_Click);
Can someone please help me how to release/dispose RadDesktopAlert's memory properly?
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answered on 07 May 2015, 01:27 PM
Thank you for writing.
I tested your code with a memory profiler tool (JustTrace) and there is no indication of a memory leak which means that it will be eventually disposed by the garbage collector. This process is best managed by the .NET Framework. If you like you can force a garbage collection but please have in mind the non-deterministic behavior of the Garbage Collector. Our objects are mostly from Generation 3, which means that they will be disposed at a later state (more about garbage collection).
I hope this information was useful. Should you have further questions please do not hesitate to write back.