How to Use High Priority Settings

Yes, its possible to speed up a program by increasing it’s priority. Increasing a program’s priority will allow ti to receive more resources. This can be done by increasing the priority of the process. This is a good way to stop a particular program from running slowly. To perform this operation, you need to open your task manager and locate the process that is connected to the program. Mostly this is an easy process. For example, Google Chrome programs runs under Chrome32.exe process. It is easy to guess this program’s process. However, it is not so easy always. So follow the instruction below to see how to locate a program’s process.

Step 1: Find the Program’s Process

Open your task manager by pressing Control Shift and Delete at the same time. Once the task manager is open you need to locate the program that you would like to increase the priority.

Step 2: Change the Priority of the Process

Right click the program and choose go to the process. This will allow you to locate the process you can set the priority of the process which will be linked to the program. Once you have the process you will need to right click that in order to increase or decrease it’s priority.
You will be able to decrease or increase the priority. Increasing the priority will allow more resources to relegated to the process thus speeding up the program. CPU resources will be shifted to this program. Decreasing the priority of the program will do the opposite.
There are some who believe performing this option can cause your system to become less stable.

Real Time vs High Priority.

Real Time with immediately dedicate all your resources to the process. In essence Real time is a slightly higher version of High Priority. You will not see a serious difference between the two modes.