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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, Windows 7 and Windows 8.


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I've found it useful on all computers so far. Even more so the older ones.

I was wondering which do people use.

1 Manage only the current users processes or

2 Manage ALL processes Process Lasso has access to

It's one of the first options when you set it up. or Options, General Settings, Reconfigure the way Process Lasso starts.

I prefer option 2. Just wondered what people use as 1 is default.

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