Process Lasso is not yet another task manager. It is a process priority optimization and system automation utility. Priority optimization, affinity optimization, core optimization, automated rules, automated power schemes, you name it and Process Lasso has it. Process Lasso's most popular feature is the unique process optimization technology called ProBalance (Process Balance) that will improve your PC's responsiveness and stability through process priority optimization and/or CPU affinity adjustments. Windows, by design, allows programs to monopolize your CPU without sufficient restraint -- leading to hangs, micro-lags, and delays in your keystroke or mouse actions. ProBalance intelligently adjusts the priorities and/or CPU affinities of running programs, on-demand, as-needed so that badly behaved processes won't negatively impact the responsiveness of your PC. ProBalance works by LOWERING the priority of select background processes in high loads, NOT raising priorities. Don't just take our word on ProBalance, try the graphical demo at our web site - a simple 'CPU Eater' running at normal priority, something any programmer can easily recreate in any language. The difference with or without ProBalance is amazing. In addition to ProBalance, there are countless features allowing the user to take full automated control of the processes on their PC. You can have a wide range operations performed, or settings applied, each time a process is run. Core optimization technologies allow you to choose on what CPUs/cores a process should run, as well as what their CPU priority class and I/O priority class should be. You can also disallow certain processes from running, log all processes run, and even set various other process rules. These rules, amongst many others, include automatically restarting or terminating a process after it reaches some CPU or memory threshold.
NEW: Gaming Mode 2.0 works to boost FPS in games where there is a CPU bottleneck. How? We've created a customized power plan that disables CPU core parking and frequency scaling. This keeps the CPU ready to execute code at all times, no 'ramp-up' delay. For some games, and some PCs, it makes a real difference on FPS, especially for bursting CPU loads, which are the most common type.
What's new in this version:
Gaming Mode 2.0 improvements (disables CPU core parking and frequency scaling) and some back-ported fixes from the current beta version.