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windows 7As you know, there are certain software and applications which are heavier than others. They require more computer resource, more CPU resources to work properly and flawless. This is also true for specific Windows or software processes which are literally resource eaters. Luckily for you, there is a simple trick which force Windows 7 to address its “attention” to whatever application or process you wish!

  1. Right-click any empty and blank space of your Windows 7 taskbar.
  2. From the menu, click Start Task Manager.
  3. From the Task Manager window, make sure to select the Applications tab or the Processes tab, depending what you are looking for.
  4. Right click an application. Click Go to Process.
  5. Now, click Set Priority.
  6. Select on of these options: Realtime,  High,  Above Normal, Normal,  Below Normal,  Low.
  7. A new window should prompt you to make sure that you really want to change the priority. Click the Change Priority button.



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One Comment to “How to Address More Computer Resources to your Favorite Software in Windows 7”

  1. Dennis F Says:

    I am showing 3 instances of iexplore.exe. Should I change all 3? (I take it that “iexplore.exe” is Internet Explorer 8.)


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