Now in this guide, we will see How to Manually change the priority of an app in windows, by following this guide we can control our precious CPU power.

By default, in windows all processes assigned to normal priority. However, some programs can raise it themselves to get more CPU resources. For example program like keyloggers, video players, archiver, and so on. But it can be done manually.

Will this work on any Windows version?

The answer is almost “yes”, as we have checked this way on Windows 7 and 10, but don’t know about Windows XP and 8.

How to Change the Priority of an App in Windows

To do this, open the Task Manager or press Ctrl + Shift + Esc. In the window of “Task Manager”, select the “Details” tab, then select the required process and click on it with right mouse button.

Now you can see the “Priority option” now select as your requirement. if your tired doing this every single time. jump to our next para.

How to get Priority Option of App in Context Menu

However, if you want to do it all the time, you can download REG-file [LINK] and run it. After that, restart Explorer or reboot the system, and then from the context menu of the application or shortcut, you can select the priority at startup option. However, priority is stored only while the program is running. If it is closed, and then re-run – the priority is set to normal.

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