Process Lasso v9 GUI

All About Process Lasso 9

Config Profiles These are alternate configurations that you can create. Later, we’ll add these to automation capabilities, but for now you can manually switch between them. Filtered view As seen in the image at the top of the page, you can now filter the list of processes, so you see what process you are interested […]

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Process Lasso per-process CPU use screenshot

Process Lasso’s little white (or black) line

This has been in Process Lasso for ages, but few noticed it, and our documentation needs – well, it’s on the agenda. This post is intended to supplement it. The white line on the graph shows the CPU utilization history of the processes you’ve got selected. It will disappear if none are selected. In the […]

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Quit using Registry Cleaners!

Useless Registry Cleaners

So, you use a registry cleaner. Well, that’s fine, none of us wants to be ‘dirty’ and supposedly these tools will clean up your registry. Let’s do some analysis. When Microsoft designed Windows they realized that they would need a shared store for OS and application options. This store would need to support both the […]

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New Battery Icon Slider on the Microsoft Surface

Power Management – Tiers of a Lone Balanced Power Profile

Many Windows 10 laptops and tablets have only a singular power profile, usually ‘Balanced’. Creation of power plans by third-party software is restricted. This will prevent the installation of the Bitsum Highest Performance power profile and any features that automatically switch power profiles. Workstations running newer Windows 10 builds also utilize this new dynamic Balanced […]

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