WPF 3.5 SP1 Performance on Tablet & Touch-enabled machines – Part II
Hopefully folks saw my first “WPF 3.5 SP1 Performance on Tablet & Touch-enabled machines” blog.
In that blog I have mentioned that depending on the WPF application and scenario you may see significant performance issues and general sluggishness on Tablet & Touch-enabled machines and even on none-touch machines when UI Automation client apps are running (such as UI Spy, Narrator, Magnifier, etc).
This was especially noticeable during scrolling if the application comprise of many visual elements.
As I mentioned we have already fixed this issue in .NET 4.