The Curious Demonization of the Windows Registry

The Windows Registry is meant to serve as a shared storage location for system and application settings. It is essentially a database, has per-user hives, multiple data types, and is generally well-suited for it’s purpose. Lookups (retrieval) of registry values are extremely rapid since the keys are traversed using an optimal data tree (an algorithm […]

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Process Lasso v8.8.2 Released

This version brings a lot of changes, largely license related. We now fully support our next-gen codes here at our new web site. This includes free trial licensing codes as well as paid license codes. Legacy codes will continue to be supported indefinitely. The old site and codes aren’t going anywhere, so there’s no need […]

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Process Lasso and Windows 10

So today I wanted to touch base with you and quickly talk about the new Windows 10 that’s just been released to the public (July 31), and how our newest version of Process Lasso can really benefit you, more than ever… Since Windows 10 release, many people are finding themselves once again excited about the PC’s future. Windows […]

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Process Lasso v8.6.6.8

Changes: 8.6.6.8 Fix GUI Fix ‘Change CPU affinity on restraint’ ProBalance menu option wasn’t opening ProBalance Settings dialog 8.6.6.8 Change Insights Flesh out remaining ProBalance menu options, now offering all ProBalance settings within Insights 8.6.6.8 Change Updater Correct installed version number for add/remove programs list after automated product update 8.6.6.8 Change Licensing Next-gen licensing system […]

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