As you may know, it is possible to assign a priority to an individual service running in Windows so that it will be given more of your systems resources.
This could be Windows Media Player or a 3rd party application such as Skype.
Why do this?
Well in the particular case of video playback, by giving an applications “process” a higher priority you can get a smoother playback on your PC.
Now you can do this manually in the Windows Task Manager by “right-clicking” thedesired process and then setting the priority you wish.
…the problem with this currently is that as soon as you close the application or resart Windows, Windows Task Manager does not remember the change and so returns to the default.
So wouldn’t it be great if you could make Windows remember those changes to the process priority?
…well with the Prio – Process Priority Saver software you can!
An added benefit is the additional SECURITY information this software adds to the standard Windows Task Manager utility.
Read more on the download page: http://www.prnwatch.com/prio.html
Marc Liron – Microsoft MVP