Easily prioritize system processes with this tool, but it could use sorting capabilities to make it more efficient. Smart Prioritizer's dialog box interface resembles Windows Task Manager, but includes a couple of extra tabs. A short manual includes basic process information, but it's best used by intermediate users and above.
Smart Prioritizer's process list could be much more useful. It merely lists process names, CPU usage, and current priorities. You can't sort by any category, but a right-click menu lists most process priority tools for quick access. Changing the priority of a process is a mere matter of right-clicking it and selecting the new priority. The Control tab contains the real power of this app. You can select a process and easily change its priority depending on the system CPU usage. It takes a few seconds to make a process a higher priority or force it to idle. You can also use a pull-down to quickly apply automatic rules triggered if the process operates under select conditions.
Both intermediate users looking to get a handle on their PC priorities and advanced users looking to quickly apply particular configurations to their system processes will find this utility easy to operate and helpful.
Get better performance from your Windows PC using Smart Prioritizer! Don't just set an applications priority. Use Smart Prioritizer to intelligently adjust prioritys in real time! Based upon how each program is acting, and settings that you specify, Smart Prioritizer will actively adjust your performance. Give more power to the important things on your computer and put trivial applications in the background.
Version 1.0.3 beefed up error handling, saves configuration changes immediately.
After I found very simple other few apps; I decided to prove this app; so
I have had many problems (P-4 1.7GHz 512Mb RAM 16MB Ati) with all DVD players; but when elevating a step the priority of the processes involved (WinDVD.exe, explorer.exe, csrrs.exe) by means of the use of this app, I have gotten a very remarkable improvement in the reproduction (it no longer spreads to freeze for instants: w/disk defragmented, with/without memory optimizer) This app has many other functions that apparently, they give a little but of stability to the system
Cons: it is not free, I don't like the white / red color of the trayicon in graph mod (CPU usage graph)
I greatly appreciate your review. After a few months of no replies I was getting very curious as to what people think of my first released program. I definitely know the appeal of free applications. I am trying to start a company, and I put many hours into this program. I thought $15 would be a great price, but will consider lowering the price on the next release (and making more colorfull tray options!)