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Process Lasso / Re: Customer reviews of Process Lasso
« Last post by BenYeeHua on May 02, 2016, 02:44:24 PM »
My friend streams NHL. Full HD. It takes about 50% cpu time, but i can surf on the net etc, because of PL
I already have lifetime license, but i do like to donate. Is there any way to donate. One-man Coder Jeremy needs some support.
Yup, it is under the page here. :)
Feature Requests / Re: Suspension of apps
« Last post by BenYeeHua on May 02, 2016, 02:39:22 PM »
shell integration
Nobody really get it working without causing any issues. :P

You may try Autoruns and look on the "Explorer", some software just disable it without unregister it, so the dll is still being loaded and has a chance to cause issues. :)
That's actually very good suggestion!

That would compliment Windows Fair Share CPU Scheduling by effectively adding an additional variable (user session idle).

This goes well with other developments in v9 (next major release, in progress), so expect to see it as soon as I can get it there!

Thank you

Feature Requests / Re: Auto trim log files
« Last post by edkiefer on May 01, 2016, 06:35:05 PM »
Hi, thats a good idea.

Right now PL will go to a 4mb per file and then make another log file, there is a pruning involved but its not adjustable.
It would be great to be able to set the CPU priority class for user’s session that has gone idle in a Terminal Server/Remote Desktop Services/Citrix environment.

As I understand Process Lasso monitors each user’s session to be able to identify which application is in the foreground and lower the CPU priority (if needed) of the background applications. Is Process Lasso able to detect if a user’s session has gone into idle? If so could it be possible to then push the CPU priority class of an idle session to say below normal thus freeing up CPU cycles for the active users and applications?

Would this make a difference or with Microsoft’s Fair Share CPU Scheduling is this covered?
Feature Requests / Taming Google Chrome
« Last post by Sean Dendle on May 01, 2016, 05:55:00 PM »
I find Google Chrome in a Terminal Server/Remote Desktop Services/Citrix environment can consume a lot of resources when left as Normal Priority. As a result, this affects the experience of other users sharing the same server. Can Process Lasso still be configured to set Chrome to run with a default priority of Below normal even if it's on the exclusion list within Pro Balance?

I’ve read your other post about Google Chrome manages its own priorities and as a result Process Lasso doesn’t manage Chrome however I’m not sure Chrome is RDS aware enough to know how high CPU usage is affecting other users. ( and

I find some of the time the cause of high CPU usage with Chrome (and other browsers) is sloppy coding of a website however I'm hoping something like this will mean that it doesn't impact the other users experience on the same/shared server.
Feature Requests / Auto trim log files
« Last post by Sean Dendle on May 01, 2016, 05:43:44 PM »
It would be good to be able to configure either the maximum number of days logging or maximum log size within Process Lasso. I’m generating between 17MB and 25MB of log files for a day.

While this isn’t normally a huge issue for a desktop/laptop we run multiple Terminal Server/Remote Desktop Server/Citrix Farms and for 25 – 30 people logging into a server this can generate quite a lot of log files that then need to be maintained.

I’ve seen that you can change the configuration file so that instead of using %appdata%\Roaming\ProcessLasso\logs this can be moved to a different folder however this is still quite a lot of logging to have to manage.

It would be ideal if Process Lasso could either trim the log file when a maximum value is reached (e.g. no more than 20MB per user - similar to the Windows Event log – image attached) or trim the log file when it reaches a given number of days (e.g. trim any data older than 14 days).

P.S. – Amazing product!

General / Re: Forum log in
« Last post by parkd1 on April 30, 2016, 05:54:41 PM »
Ok I will for you tell me when to try again.
Feature Requests / Terminate Process
« Last post by chris635 on April 30, 2016, 04:53:35 PM »
I know you cant terminate or restart a process based of cpu or memory usage. It would be nice to also be able to terminate or restart a process based off of or restart process   xxxxxx after xxxxxx seconds/minutes.
General / Re: SuperFetch, useful or useless for Individual users?
« Last post by edkiefer on April 30, 2016, 02:28:53 PM »
When I was on win7, yes it kept those keys, just disabled the service. I believe it changed with win8.
Ok, that makes sense then, I will check VM win10 an see what it is set, though with VM, it may not be true like local normal install.
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