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Re: Prio - Process Priority Saver (32/64bit)
« Reply #15 on: April 23, 2011, 10:20:43 PM »
tech the last update is i think from 2010 or so ...

@granprixGXP noone said it beats combo of process hacker and process explorer ...
yet it's nice extension to Task Manager, double useful for these who are used to TM and refuse learn use something too complex
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Re: Prio - Process Priority Saver (32/64bit)
« Reply #16 on: April 23, 2011, 10:34:23 PM »
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Don't worry about this one. ;)
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Re: Prio - Process Priority Saver (32/64bit)
« Reply #17 on: April 24, 2011, 06:22:27 PM »
Process Lasso is another alternative for both temporary adjustments to the priority class of background processes, default priorities, default affinities, default I/O priorities, and MUCH MORE. It is NOT a task manager replacement. Users should also be cautioned to NOT 'rank' their processes in importance to them. That is not how process priority classes are designed to operate. With Process Lasso you can just let its ProBalance algorithm do its job, temporarily lowering the priority class of select background processes in high loads -- OR you can tweak the system to your desire.

Just my two cents. I am NOT including a link as I do not want this to be considered spam. Also, I am the author, so am somewhat partial to it ;).

It is FREE for use indefinitely, though some advanced features get disabled over time, but NONE of the really popular ones like ProBalance, default priorities, and default affinities.

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Re: Prio - Process Priority Saver (32/64bit)
« Reply #18 on: April 24, 2011, 06:36:17 PM »
Process Lasso is another alternative for both temporary adjustments to the priority class of background processes, default priorities, default affinities, default I/O priorities, and MUCH MORE. It is NOT a task manager replacement. Users should also be cautioned to NOT 'rank' their processes in importance to them. That is not how process priority classes are designed to operate. With Process Lasso you can just let its ProBalance algorithm do its job, temporarily lowering the priority class of select background processes in high loads -- OR you can tweak the system to your desire.

Just my two cents. I am NOT including a link as I do not want this to be considered spam. Also, I am the author, so am somewhat partial to it ;).

It is FREE for use indefinitely, though some advanced features get disabled over time, but NONE of the really popular ones like ProBalance, default priorities, and default affinities.
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Re: Prio - Process Priority Saver (32/64bit)
« Reply #19 on: April 24, 2011, 08:37:52 PM »
Welcome to the forum jcollake.
I gave it my thumbs up back in 2005. :)
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Re: Prio - Process Priority Saver (32/64bit)
« Reply #20 on: April 24, 2011, 09:30:46 PM »
YoKenny,
If you want to give accurate information, then maybe you need to visit their website
which was referenced in the original post from 2005.
Naturally back in 2005 it did not support Windows 7 - Windows 7 Wasn't available in 2005.

"Utilizes new features of Windows Vista/7
Makes use of latest features of Windows 7, but maintains full backwards compatibility to Windows 2000!"
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Re: Prio - Process Priority Saver (32/64bit)
« Reply #21 on: April 24, 2011, 09:39:11 PM »
"Utilizes new features of Windows Vista/7
Makes use of latest features of Windows 7, but maintains full backwards compatibility to Windows 2000!"
Full details and download links are available HERE
I was refering to your post not the direct link to Process Lasso.
 

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Re: Prio - Process Priority Saver (32/64bit)
« Reply #22 on: April 24, 2011, 10:29:42 PM »
"Utilizes new features of Windows Vista/7
Makes use of latest features of Windows 7, but maintains full backwards compatibility to Windows 2000!"
Full details and download links are available HERE
I was refering to your post not the direct link to Process Lasso.
 
My post written in 2005 could not have referred to Windows 7 "elementary dear Watson"  ;D
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