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Set CPU Process Priority for Applications in Windows 10/8 [Tutorial]

Windows shares processor resources between all running processes based upon their priority level. If a process (application) has a higher priority level, it gets more processor resources for better performance compared to a process having lower priority.

If you like, you can manually set priority for processes to run with a Realtime, High, Above normal, Normal, Below normal, or Low priority level in Windows based on your needs instead of the default priority. The changes you make to the priority level of a process (application) are only temporary and not set permanently. Once the application is closed or you restart the computer, Windows will forget the priority level you set for it.

This tutorial will show you how to change the process priority of applications for processor resources in Windows 10.

It is not recommended to set processes to have a realtime priority level since it could lower the performance of your system by causing all other lower priority processes to not have the resources they need.

In Windows operating system when a number of processes are running on the computer the processor time shared between the apps and this time sharing is based on a parameter called priority level. The higher the priority level of a process, the more will be its assigned processor time.

There are 7 priority levels avail such as Realtime, High, Above Normal, Normal, Below Normal, and Low. This feature is very much useful as assigning priorities will help important processes to execute at a faster rate. One thing must be remembered that this setting is not permanent and only a one time function. This is because the process which is important at this instant may not be equally import every time. So setting priority creates unnecessary confusion between the process that needs be prioritized and those having high priority from before. Windows store apps do not support this facility.

As you may already know, Windows shares your computer’s CPU resources between running apps. How many resources will be given to a process is determined by its priority. The higher the priority level, the more resources will be allocated to the process. In this tutorial, we will see how to set or change process priority in Windows 10.

This tutorial will apply for computers, laptops, desktops,and tablets running the Windows 10/8 operating system (Home, Professional, Enterprise, Education) from all supported hardware manufactures, like Dell, HP, Acer, Asus, Toshiba,Lenovo, and Samsung).

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  1. Nice vid. Have a question I do photo editing and most of my softwares I utilize requires my GPU set to high performance. If doing this you think it will help out my photography softwares. Thank you!

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