Process Lasso on the 8’s, v22.214.171.124. This is a minor update for stable-branch positioning prior to branching for the next beta series (separate from the v9 branch). We have included the latest language updates from our dedicated translators, made some more next-gen licensing adjustments, and a few other very small changes. The next beta series will begin immediately after this release.
|126.96.36.199||Change||Licensing||Add next-gen license type 'Commercial Workstation'|
|188.8.131.52||Change||Licensing||Other minor adjustments to next-gen licensing code|
|184.108.40.206||Change||Build||Update to latest Bitsum shared code base|
|220.127.116.11||Change||Localization||Update PT-BR and Russian|
When you save a document that contains a chart and the chart uses one of the new chart types (a treemap, sunburst, histogram, box and whisker, Pareto, or waterfall chart) in Office 2016 applications, the chart parts in the XML are marked as the same content type as a chart of the older chart types (such as a column or pie chart). However, the new chart parts need their own content type, and shouldn't rely on the old content type. Additionally, if you save the document as an ISO strict file format, incorrect namespace URIs are used (transitional URIs are used instead of strict URIs).https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/3101351
As a user of process lasso over the years Ive watched it evolve and wonder why it doesn't sell itself as the best task manager available as well as the best cpu utilization manager?.It has all the ingredients to be the best task manager in terms of stability and looks.Ive used anvir ,iarsn,process explorer,process hacker ,system explorer,whats running,etc and todays process lasso could easily surpass them all.It already shows most of the items the others do ,like handles,threads ,etc.But for some unknown reason it DOESNT show all processes.For example Agnitum outposts acs.exe is shown on every task manager (including windows) that ive used...some over 5 years old,but PL doesnt or cant show the process?.Even when agnitum outposts self defence is off ,it STILL doesn't show the process.All the others show the process even when self defence is on.Is it possible for process lasso to show these processes and perhaps sell itself as the best task manger too?Hi , Yes this request has been made by many over the years .
As for the Application Compatibility Setting, I'm working on it now. It truly is meaningless. More like a 'classification' than any big difference. A handful of APIs that aren't even used by Process Lasso may behave differently, that's all it means.Just like WHQL driver, it can still crashing the system but it can pass the WHQL.
However, I do have news related to one of our technologies -- I'll be writing an article soon it. Basically, it's an 'I told you so!'. Intel is fixing an issue regarding ramp-up delay caused by the slow OS response to a bursting load. If you've read my harping on the advantages of Bitsum Highest Performance power plan and ParkControl, you may understand why this is important. For a decade now, they've told us that the ramp-up delay was negligible. Apparently not so much. (Thanks to Ed for pointing me to the article!)Will waiting for this one, but I guess this is always a issues on Android/Smartphone, as you can't control it.