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The Loading window shows counters that provide information about assemblies, classes, and application domains that are loaded

The Locks and Threads window shows the followings counters :

Loader Heap size (MBytes) size (in Mbytes) of the memory committed by the class loader across all AppDomains. (Committed memory is the physical memory for which space has been reserved on the disk paging file.)
Class loaded and load failure/sec
Class loaded: number of classes loaded per second in all Assemblies.
Load failure:  number of classes that failed to load per second. These load failures could be due to many reasons like inadequate security or illegal format.
Current number of Assemblies number of Assemblies loaded across all AppDomains in this application. If the Assembly is loaded as domain-neutral from multiple AppDomains then this counter is incremented once only. Assemblies can be loaded as domain-neutral when their code can be shared by all AppDomains or they can be loaded as domain-specific when their code is private to the AppDomain.
Assemblies loaded /sec number of Assemblies loaded across all AppDomains per second. If the Assembly is loaded as domain-neutral from multiple AppDomains then this counter is incremented once only. Assemblies can be loaded as domain-neutral when their code can be shared by all AppDomains or they can be loaded as domain-specific when their code is private to the AppDomain.
Current number of Appdomains number of AppDomains loaded in this application. AppDomains (application domains) provide a secure and versatile unit of processing that the CLR can use to provide isolation between applications running in the same process.
Appdomains loaded and unloaded /sec
loaded: number of AppDomains loaded per second. AppDomains (application domains) provide a secure and versatile unit of processing that the CLR can use to provide isolation between applications running in the same process.
unloaded: number of AppDomains unloaded per second.

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