My question, if affinity is set for any one or more application will this remain set after a boot and until you again manually change the setting? This is also similar to the 'msconfig' setting where all the processors are set to work 100% of the time without application association. If activated the affinity setting appear activated for all application making this mute. This setting is not known by everyone and thus the full power of one's computer is not utilized. To activate follow this path:
Press Win-Flag Button + R for the Run window > Type "msconfig", enter > select the tab 'Boot' > click 'Advanced Options' > check 'number of processors' > beneath drop the window and select the maximum number at the bottom of the list > OK and exit. Look at the affinity process and you see each application already activated at the maximum setting permitted for your computer.
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