Guide
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Start Task Manager Windows.This can be done in several ways - for example, by pressing the key combination Ctrl + Alt + Delete.In Windows 7, when it appears on the screen extra menu where you should select "Start Task Manager" and in earlier versions of Windows that do not have an intermediate step.Another way to open the Task Manager is invoked by pressing a combination of keys Win and R Run window and typing the command taskmgr and click on the button OK.
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Click the "Processes" Task Manager window.In general, the list of currently running processes, find the one whose priority you want to change.To simplify the search for a label name in the column "Image Name" can be sorted alphabetically - click on the column heading to sort the names in ascending order processes.Click again to sort the list in reverse order.
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If you do not know the name of the process, but a program to which it relates, is listed on the "Applications" Task Manager, then look for it there, and right-click.In the pop-up menu, select "Go to process" and the controller will switch itself on "Processes" tab, will find and scroll to the desired process.
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Right-click on the line with necessary process and open the context menu section "Priority".By default, all processes have "normal" priority - to change his choice of any of the six placed in the list of options.Do not forget that in some cases, an excessive increase in the priority application (points "high" and "Real-Time") may lead to inhibited reaction operating system keystrokes, mouse movement, etc.The same trouble can occur when excessive lowering of the priority system processes (for example, the name of explorer).