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FREE LICENSE – Process Lasso Pro v9


PROMO:  https://bitsum.com/free-pl-pro-chipcz/


Download 64 bit:  https://bitsum.com/files/processlassosetup64.exe

Download 32 bit: https://bitsum.com/files/processlassosetup32.exe




What’s New:

  1. New configuration profiles!
  2. New process filter view to show only the processes you are interested in.
  3. Ability to pause/resume the graph and process list.
  4. Refactored Insights module that provides new Frequency of Action and more!
  5. Better code throughout, countless improvements and fixes.
  6. New Governor Response Rate Slider for easy ProBalance tuning!


  • Windows Vista or above (Vista, 7, 8, 10, and Windows Server 2012-2016)
  • Approx 50Mb of disk space (installer only 2Mb due to highly compressed resources in various languages)

Freebie License Terms:

  • 30 days of free updates.
  • Must activate within those 30 days.
  • Reactivation in the event of activation loss not guaranteed.
  • This IS real license with an update period of 1 month. Meaning you can activate and use any version released from today through the end of the month. No charges, of course, as we don’t even collect billing info. You can choose to upgrade or renew if you want, but that is optional. You can stay with your last entitled build indefinitely.

You can get *THIS* version free, but now is the time to grab a Lifetime License at 50% OFF! This is the lowest price we have offered in many years! Get it while your can! BUY IT HERE, USING THE CBD50 DISCOUNT CODE, WHICH WILL REFLECT ON THE *FINAL* CHECKOUT PAGE.



Process Lasso is NOT yet another task manager. It instead contains a fleet of algorithms designed to dynamically boost the performance of your PC. Among them is our famous ProBalance algorithm, which temporarily reduces the priority of troublesome background processes in order to improve PC responsiveness, as shown in real-world and synthetic tests. Further, the user can automate all kinds of system settings with rules and persistent process priorities, CPU affinities, etc…



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