SmartBear Software (SmartBear) is expanding its offering of free software quality tools for developers and testers with the release of AQtime™ Standard. A free version of AQtime Pro, an application runtime analysis and performance profiling tool, AQtime Standard includes the four most used profilers to give developers free access to function-level performance, memory usage, and code coverage runtime analysis.

Thousands of users rely on AQtime to isolate and eliminate performance bottlenecks, memory leaks and other runtime problems. AQtime Standard works with the same languages and application types as AQtime Pro, including 32-bit and 64-bit Windows applications, Microsoft .NET, Java, COM, as well as VBScript and JScript. AQtime Standard helps developers find the root cause of performance or memory-related application bugs through the interactive use of summary overviews and detailed reports.

Gottfried Sehringer, Chief Marketing Officer at SmartBear, said, “We continue to invest in our freeware library to contribute valuable, free and intuitive software quality tools to the quality-conscious development community. By offering a special free version of our code profiling tool, we can help an increasing number of Windows developers who may be using manual profiling techniques reliably analyze and improve the quality of their applications.”
Availability and Free Download
A free download of AQtime Standard is now available. To immediately begin improving the quality of your software applications, visit
AQtime Pro
AQtime Pro is an award-winning performance profiling, memory and resource debugging toolset that provides a vast array of profilers and panels to isolate and eliminate performance issue, memory and resource leaks within source code. AQtime helps users understand how a program performs during execution and uncovers the exact module, class, routine or line of code that is causing problems.

To learn about more advanced features for application profiling available in AQtime Pro, including line-level analysis, profiling by individual threads, finer control of profiling with triggers, and integration with Microsoft Visual Studio and Embarcadero RAD Studio IDEs, visit