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Set Above Normal Processes

By tblack ·
We all know you can change the process level by going through Task Manager and selecting the file we want to have a higher process and tell it to do so. Problem I have to do it each time I use the program! Is there a way to set the priority level once so that I don't have to change it to be at a higher priority? Downloadable program? Registry edit? I've got several programs I want to run faster and some I want to run slower.

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by Cactus Pete In reply to Set Above Normal Processe ...
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Couldn't get it to work after a reboot.

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by JackOfAllTech In reply to Set Above Normal Processe ...

PrcView has a Cmd Line interface that can set the priority on a running process. www.prcview.com


Ralph

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Need it to keep working after reboot. command line stuff takes to long. I need a program where I can set it once and forget it there after.

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by JackOfAllTech In reply to Set Above Normal Processe ...

Sorry, I don't want to offend you but, what are you, a moron? There isn't ANYTHING that's going to work across reboots!

Use your preference of scripting tools to start your program, wait until it's active, then use PV to change the priority. What's so hard about that?

Ralph

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