I am using Inspector 2019 update 5 for VS2015 in windows 10，but it is too slow to use. My program is a GUI data analysis application based on QT，and it would take 20 minutes to show main window when inspected. So will it be speed up if I use suppression to QT and other third-party modules?
by the way, can Inspector 2020 be used for VS2015 ? In release note I find that it has dropped support for VS2015.
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Adding entire modules into suppression list might help, because Inspector will not try to instrument it (and will not check correctness there). There is also an option to exclude uninteresting modules on project configuration dialog. Please check this article: https://software.intel.com/en-us/inspector-user-guide-windows-configuring-projects
Standalone Inspector GUI or command line client should be able to run and verify applications compiled by older IDEs.