Process Lasso v8.9.8.48 Released, Improves Performance and MBARW Fix

This version improves the performance of Process Lasso itself, reducing it’s already negligible CPU use, and fixes an important interoperability issue with MalwareBytes Anti-Ransomware BETA* where excessive CPU consumption would be seen. This is a back-port from the v9 branch so has minimal other changes, as we continue to keep the v8 branch stable as possible. *(stressed […]

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Windows Power Profile CPU Options for Skylake

Core Parking Under the Intel Skylake Generation – .REG file to Unhide settings

Since these newer Intel processors take over control of core parking from the OS, they have different power management options. As we work to fully support the latest hardware, we’ve created a .REG file to unhide these options. The most important, arguably, is the basic ON/OFF switch to either use ‘autonomous’ core parking controlled by […]

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ParkControl Screenshot

ParkControl v1.1.2 Released

This version of ParkControl adds Bitsum Dynamic Boost. This is similar to Process Lasso’s IdleSaver technology in that it drops the PC down to a more conservative power plan on idle, but different in that when the PC is active, it forces it into the Bitsum Highest Performance power plan. It is made for those who want […]

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Process Lasso v8.9.8.42 Released

Process Lasso v8.9.8.42 While we work on releasing a wild new ParkControl with Bitsum Dynamic Boost, not to mention uProBalance Stand Alone, we found the time to update the release Process Lasso v8 branch. Enjoy! Changes: 8.9.8.42 Fix Core Fix a ‘greater than or less than’ inversion in a particular advanced process watchdog rule. 8.9.8.42 […]

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Task Manager Screenshot

TurboBoost on an Intel I7-6560U SkyLake

The extraordinary thing about the Intel Skylake (6xxx) generation of CPUs are the changes in power management. As I’ve noted before, much of the real-time power management is moved to the hardware, making it much more efficient. When the OS was responsible for managing core parking, it just couldn’t do it well enough, hence utilities […]

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