From Northern Softworks:
Renicer is a GUI tool that automatically sets priority values for applications. Designed to run in the background, it automatically prioritizes whatever application is in front. Additionally, it ups the priority of the Finder, Dock, and Window Server. It also maintains a list of applications that are to be set to low or high priority. Applications are reniced on the fly as they are launched and brought forward. All of Renicer's changes can be made persistant, so that Renicer can be quit if desired.Renicer is designed to be simple enough for novices, yet flexible enough for the power user.
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All versions:3.5 stars
out of 35 votes
Current version:4.0 stars
out of 1 votes
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"It works as advertised. Have used it for about 5 years."
Version: Renicer 1.5.2
It frees up ram in short order, especially if you have a maxed out (as in a 2005 iBook) your RAM.
It makes the difference between running Tiger or Leopard.
It takes up precious menubar space.
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