Windows is an excellent operating system. In fact most of us have learnt computing on the windows operating system. Windows however, has one pitfall.
The way it handles multitasking. You don’t have to be a windows guru to realize how Windows ends up giving a process hungry task of no importance, all the CPU power. You computer stutters, and begs for mercy, and all you can do is sit there and watch! That is to say multi-tasking in windows isn’t as good as it can be.
Mostly I don’t really recommend playing with windows registry and changing process priorities etc, except for a very few basic tweaks that don’t have a chance of even hurting even an ant. But this new tweak that I found is really worth the mention. It’s called the Process Lasso.
What it does?
Windows has a nasty habit of stuttering at times. Especially when one resource hog process is draining a lot of your Cpu. Or you have a couple of other windows open.
Process Lasso comes to our rescue, and manages process priority “real-time.” Resulting in a very smooth windows operating experience.
I was amazed by the noticeable change in my systems performance right after installation, and I have in fact gone as far as recommending this software to my friends as well, cause it really works!
How it does it?
Process Lasso is the definitive Windows process priority optimizer and automation software. Without any configuration, it can help prevent unruly processes from monopolizing your computer.
That’s it, it is as simple as that. They have developed an algorithm that optimizes CPU priority etc. And it refreshes the CPU priorities real-time (every 1 second).You can read more about it here.
How to get it going?
As an end-user you don’t have to get into hyper-threading and CPU affinities and priorities. All you have to do it is just install it. Process Lasso takes very little of your RAM, just about 1.5 MB to 3 MB, and the payoff is way more than worth it.
You can get Process Lasso from here. If you liked this tweak, or have any other tweak for Windows that you’d like to share, don’t forget to mention them in the comments.