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Default 06-21-2017, 18:07 | posts: 1,321

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You can do everything PL probalance do, automatically. Ok for example, say you want a automatically load a application in HIGH PRIORITY.

Go to the shortcut of the application on your desktop and in the "target field" have something like..

C:\WINDOWS\system32\cmd.exe "C:\Program Files\PlayMeInc\PlayMe\" /c start /high Playme.exe

And here you always start the application in High priority.

Everything PL do, you can also do by modifying shortcuts and adding to the "target field".
I hope you realize PL ProBalance does dynamic priority not just fixed static. Also setting processes to high priority is not right way, MS already does this for focused application, what you want to do is "lower" any back ground process that uses to much CPU.

Processlasso does a bunch of other options/features for process management.
I am not going to go through all of them or how to use it, we are already way off topic.
   
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I use Bill2's Process Manager and the reason being is that some games with cpu multi core issues don't always use multi cores incorrectly at launch, but when launching an aspect of the game after launch. In those cases a batch file wouldn't be good enough. Where as a cpu program can monitor the exe and reapply cpu core rules periodically - for example some minutes after a game has started. Far Cry 4 is a good example.
   
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