Set CPU Priority for Programs or Processes

Posted On 2008-05-07 by FortyPoundHead
Tags: Tip Vista Windows XP
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Set CPU priority for each of your applications or processes that are running. This is very handy for handling applications that take most of your resources. It works in Windows Vista and Windows XP.

  1. Right-click on the taskbar and select Task Manager.

  2. Right-click the Process you wish to change.

  3. Select Set Priority.

  4. Now select the priority you wish to assign to this process.

  5. Click Yes to the Task Manager Warning.

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