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Define Process Priority To Increase Performance With Process Prioritizer Share
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There are some applications that hog up too much memory even when you don’t need them, lowering the responsiveness of your computer and making other, more important applications, run slower. Process Prioritizer is an application that allows you to adjust the priority of running applications, so that memory intensive applications will not interfere with others. You can add applications under Real-Time, High, Normal and Idle priority settings, view a list of currently active processes and choose an Operating Mode.

To add applications to Process Prioritizer, right-click its system tray icon and select open. Now, choose the Operating Mode from System Process Scan and Shell Hook. System Process Scan lets you define a Refresh Interval between 5 and 60 seconds, while Shell Hook scans processes and changes any instance of any process listed for priority change.

Process Prioritiser

Next, select a tab from the top from Real-Time, High, Normal and Idle, depending on the level of priority you want to set. Click Add and enter the complete name of the process for that application. The names for application processes can be found under the Current Processes tab.

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Process Prioritizer works on Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7.

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