If your tasks access the same memory locations, then, left to themselves, they will tend to trip over each other. You can solve this by adding synchronization code to make sure the tasks are well-behaved when they access shared memory locations, but synchronization code can be tedious to add and hard to get right, and it is easy to end up with tasks that spend more time doing synchronization than doing work.
Specify the Microsoft runtime environment mode for this collection. This option applies to Windows OS only.
A Function row indicates that this is a call site inside of the named function. The Survey Report presents a top-down extended call stack where each function or loop appears on a separate line. The Total Time is the fraction of the execution time originating from the call tree invoked by this call site.
When using the Dependencies tool, Intel recommends that you use a Debug build. Visual Studio allows different build configurations to set unique values for the properties. By using #ifdef preprocessor directives in your source code and modifying your project's Debugging properties, you can set up your application to control how your program behaves, so that: