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Process Tamer – Super utility that monitors and automatically reduces the CPU usage process when fully loaded

January 14, 2012

All this time, We may only focus on utilities that maximize the use of RAM on our computer without paying too much attention to the CPU usage process. The CPU usage process that also affects the computer response and the loading process as well.

Even if you got a big RAM installed in your computer, When a CPU process-consuming such as the process of  Windows Desktop Manager service (to enable themes, without this a theme is not running) or the Windows idle process; The  process we can not stop but greatly affects the CPU usage, Our computer will become slower in response and most of the time got lagged.

Process Tamer solves this problem by identifying such these degenerate conditions and temporarily reducing the priority of the offending processes in order to allow your system to respond to other requests. Stop being a victim to an overloaded cpu – let Process Tamer keeps your system responsive no matter what you’re doing.

You’ll see a balloon tooltip in your system tray whenever Process Tamer adjusts or restores the priority of an application, so you’ll always know what it’s doing and why.

The new version 2 release includes a new separate standalone configuration tool which lets easily setup exclusion rules, manually adjust process priorites, and more, without affecting the efficiency and resource use of the resident system tray tool.

Download this application for personal use : Link is in the main homepage HERE.

 

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