Process Lasso will make your PC operate more smoothly by automatically re-prioritizing running programs. When a process starts to monopolize the CPU(s), it is temporarily reduced in priority so that it does not bring your system to a stall. We call this feature ProBalance (Process Balance). Process Lasso also offers an assortment of ways to take full control of processes running on your computer. You can choose what priority and what CPUs any process should be given each time it is launched. You can also have overly active processes automatically moved to the CPUs of your choice until they calm down.
Importantly, Process Lasso also offers a number of features to automatically apply various settings to running processes. For instance, you can chose to automatically disallow certain processes, set default (sticky) CPU and I/O priorities, default affinities, default power schemes, enter no sleep mode, and much more. The core engine of Process Lasso is isolated into its own process for minimal resource consumption and maximum configurability.
What's new in this version:
Version 184.108.40.206 added configuration password to start, stop core engine, shut down Process Lasso menu options, and fixed an an SEP compatibility issue where SEP would trigger tamper detection events repeatedly.