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How to Run Higher Priority Windows Programs in 2020

How to Run Higher Priority Windows Programs in 2020

Here’s how to run any Windows program with higher priority.

For those who don’t know, every program in Windows has a priority level that determines how many resources will be consumed when more than one program is running. For example, if you run two software simultaneously, Windows 10 will prioritize both. That means both software will use the same system resources.

Likewise, if you play a game without running another program, then Windows will only prioritize the game. On the other hand, if you have processes running in the background, increasing the game priority will ensure better game performance, even if it means slowing down other work.

Windows 10 actually lets you change the priority of processes. Changing process priority determines how much of your computer’s resources are devoted to that particular process. So, in this article, we have decided to share a working method for changing the priority of processes on Windows 10 computers.

Steps for Running Windows Programs with Higher Priority

Changing process priorities in Windows 10 is an easy process. You only need to take advantage of the task manager to manage priority levels. So, let’s take a look at how to change process priority in Windows Task Manager.

Step 1.First of all, right click on the taskbar and select ‘Task Manager’

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Step 2. In Task Manager, right-click on the process whose priority you want to change and click ‘Go to details

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Step 3. Now you will see the details tab. Right click on the selected process and select ‘Set Priority

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Step 4. Now you will see 6 options – Realtime, High, Above Normal, Normal, Below Normal, and Low.

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Step 5. Real Time is ‘Highest Priority’, and Low is ‘Lowest Priority‘. From there, you can set the priority of each process, depending on your needs.

Step 6. Once done, click on ‘Change Priority‘ when prompted.

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There she is! You are done. This is how you can change the process priority on a Windows 10 computer.

So, this article is about how to run higher priority applications in Windows 10. I hope this article helped you! Please share it with your friends too.

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