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<img src="http://www.nsanedown.com/images/logos/process_lasso.gif" class="logo" alt="Process Lasso" title="Process Lasso" />Process Lasso improves system performance, responsiveness, and stability during high loads through dynamic adjustments to process priority classes. It can also automatically terminate undesired processes, apply default priorities and CPU affinities to processes, limit the number of instances a process can have, and log all processes. It is not a task manager replacement, but does have task manager like capabilities to compliment its primary functions. Process Lasso runs on all editions of Windows 2000, XP, 2003, 2008, Vista, and Windows 7.

Thanks to <span style="color: red;">sternog</span> for the update.

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Process Lasso v5.1.0.7 Beta changelog:

[.7]Addition.GUI: Added configuration dialog for new Power Saver feature

[.7]Addition.Core: Added new Power Saver (aka Energy Saver) functionality to core engine

[.7]Change.Core: Start logging [system] for certain system wide changes

[.7]Fix.GUI: Misc fixes and adjustments

[.7]Change.Installer: Reduced size very slightly (more reductions coming, docs being 50% of the size)

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Process Lasso v5.1.0.7 beta released with new electricity saving feature

This build is likely to be followed quickly, so I did not make a big deal of its release. However, in this new version I did complete an exciting new feature that can conserve electricity for those who demand the highest performance. In this build it was called 'Power Saver', but in future builds it will be called 'Energy Saver'. Basically, this allows you to keep your PC in High Performance (or whatever power profile), but then drop it back down when you go Idle. When you return, your previous power scheme is restored.

All Power Profiles, including custom ones, are supported. As with other Power Profile features of Process Lasso, this is only for Vista+, as Microsoft re-factored the code for power profiles in Vista and I've not yet added support for the now deprecated XP Power Schemes. Remember, this is in beta testing.

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