ParkControl Pro v1.0.1.0 Released

This release of ParkControl adds some important system tray menu settings and expands support for single-click updates to free trial users. There is one reported issue where a small minority of users see ‘insufficient rights’ errors. We believe this is most likely caused by inappropriate registry tweaks based on guidance given at other web sites, […]

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About Task Scheduler 2.0, and Why You Should Never Disable It

In NT6 (Vista), a major kernel and subsystems redesign occurred. The refactored subsystems are still used in Windows 10 for desktop applications, thus are still important, especially after the arguable ‘failure’ of Windows 8 Store Apps. The subsystem in question here is the Task Scheduler. In Windows XP and before, when an application wanted to start itself at […]

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Process Lasso v8.9 Released

Process Lasso v8.9.0.0 Detailed Revision History 8.9.0.0 Fix GUI Fix possible (never seen) case where a series of events and particular logic path could cause the Keep Running state to inappropriately persist upon Lasso stop/start. #minor #internal-discovery 8.9.0.0 Fix Governor Set ProBalance ‘restored’ log events pertaining to CPU affinity change reversion to match ‘Log ProBalance […]

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Intel’s Speed Shift Validates ‘Bitsum Highest Performance’ Power Plan /w Skylake and Kabylake Generation CPUs

For a long time now, Bitsum has been telling users that, even in the default Windows High Performance power plan, core parking and CPU frequency scaling causes performance problems during bursting CPU loads, which are the most common type. Now, we get to say: We Told You So! That’s right, Intel’s new Speed Shift technology has […]

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