INI Configuration File

Process Lasso [ main index ] Using the INI Configuration File The configuration options and process rules are stored in INI configuration file(s). You can manually edit this INI file, import/export it, choose an alternate INI file to use, or pretend it doesn’t exist.  Usually system and network administrators, or those with a lot of process rules […]

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Offline Key File Usage

Offline key files allow for product activation without internet access. Keys are unique to each customer. Usage Option #1: Post-Install Make sure your key file is named 'prolasso.key' and drop it into Process Lasso's install folder, then restart Process Lasso. Option #2: During Install Specify your key file on the installer command line for silent [...] Read more

Other Software and Research

Index WARNING: Many of these projects are now ancient and no longer actively maintained. ASMVars BIT I/O Boyer-Moore Coreprio (2019) CPUEater DiskCacheMgr DriverSpyNt Firmware Mod Kit GroupExtend (2020) JCALG1 JunctionMaster LZSS MakeService ParkControl PEBench PEBundle PESuite PWShow Process Lasso MoveLatr NumaPref RegBench RegMerge SHJunction TEW-632BRP T&D ThreadRacer TweakScheduler UNTRX WL-530G R&D WRT54G VxWorks Killer WFPDeprotect WFPReplace WRT_VX_ImgTool [...] Read more

Legacy Process Lasso FAQ

This is the LEGACY FAQ for Process Lasso that has now been superseded by a newer FAQ. However, much of what remains here is still accurate. Process Lasso [ main index ] Clearing up Misconceptions Misconception #1: Process Lasso is only for older computersProcess Lasso is as useful for new computers as it is for old ones. […]

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Forced Mode

When enabled, Process Lasso’s Forced Mode causes Lasso settings such as process priority classes and CPU affinities to be continually reapplied, instead of only performed once on a given instance of a process. This is to deal with cases where processes set their own settings. However, since it is assumed a process that sets it’s […]

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