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Process Lasso 5.0.0.6 Beta


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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;">thylacine</span> and <span style="color: red;">Nima</span> for the update.

<a href="http://www.nsanedown.com/?request=32927796" target="_blank">Download</a>

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Some more info about this given in the update forum (courtesy of thylacine).

This build has a large assortment of changes and fixes. This time I didn't document them too well, as it has been over a large period of time and I frankly grew tired of documenting every small change. Instead, I focused on trying to get this out the door.

One slightly disappointing note is that not all planned issues have been addressed, therefore this is not RC1. Instead, it is another beta. The disk/file cache purge feature is still temporarily disabled as I noticed a malfunction during testing on some NT platforms that I need to iron out. It shouldn't be a big deal, but I don't want to enable it half-assed.

Some reported bugs may remain, other will be fixed. There are still a few small ones on the list, and a few improvements I've not gotten to. One of the issues compounding this unusual delay in new builds has been an over-obligation to address too much at once.

I had reports of continued problems with NIS 2011 SONAR, but I have not been able to reproduce that at all. This was something I addressed in the last final. If using the last stable build, switch to the beta and all should be well. I will continue testing on some other platforms though to be sure. As a side note, Norton's interface is almost game-like ;p.

New versioning rules

To avoid confusion I've now decided to adopt a less unique set of versioning rules. The next version will be named v5.0.0.0 RC1 BETA. Eventually it will traverse to 5.0.0.x final. This is in contrast to the version naming that would have called the pre-final builds v4.9.9.x beta. Versions will be incremented based on their level of changes, with no limit on the minor version numbers (e.g. 5.0.42.75 is possible).

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I own a serial. Testing in a Win 7 64-bit virtual machine I got a whole lot of pattern not found messages. But it gives this after patching:

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Patch worked very well on my x64 machine and the very latest Beta version of x64 ^_^.

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ForeverZer0

This is a very handy tool. I like to keep a close watch an all my running processes and current CPU/RAM usage (I even have gadgets showing it in real-time on my Desktop). This program is a perfect compliment to it. I can keep an eye on them, and quickly and easily make any needed tweaks to programs with this tool when I see them.

Windows 7 x64

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Process Lasso v5.0.0.5 beta

http://www.bitsum.com/files/beta/prolasso.zip

http://www.bitsum.com/files/beta/prolasso64.zip

http://www.processpriority.com/files/portable/beta/ProcessLasso_Portable_32.exe

http://www.processpriority.com/files/portable/beta/ProcessLasso_Portable_64.exe

I noticed during regression testing that the last couple betas would simply refuse to do just about anything besides ProBalance and current actions (no default/sticky process settings). This was a little oversight in my eagerness to get the build out. I've corrected it now, along with more flaws, such as the failure of the core engine to stop on request -- a bug that has been around for a while in this beta series.

I also discovered a possible cause for a core engine crash, and have fixed it. There may be some more rare ones, I am getting to them, rest assured of that.

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Process Lasso v5.0.0.6 beta

http://www.bitsum.com/files/beta/prolasso.zip

http://www.bitsum.com/files/beta/prolasso64.zip

http://anonymz.com/?http://www.processpriority.com/files/portable/beta/ProcessLasso_Portable_32.exe

http://anonymz.com/?http://www.processpriority.com/files/portable/beta/ProcessLasso_Portable_64.exe

http://www.bitsum.com/changelog/pl/changes.htm

The 32-bit workstation build's auto update was broken a couple builds ago when I added support for the server edition. A typo caused it to grab the 64-bit build instead. This has been fixed, though it won't be until you update *from* v5.0.0.6 beta or later that the automated updater will work. 64-bit standard edition users will be fine, as well as server edition users.

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