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CPUBalance v1.0 Released – And it is 100% FREE!

CPUBalance v1.0 has been released after extensive testing. Of course, as with all our products, we’ll continue to refine it, but it is now at a level where we can recommend stable use with or without Process Lasso.

If you are curious about the new Frequency of Restraint metric, which is super-useful, then see this post.

Since CPUBalance represents a subset of Process Lasso, specifically it’s famously effective and demonstrable ProBalance function, users who want ONLY that feature may want to install this even smaller rendition of the algorithm. However, CPUBalance also shares a Governor (silent core engine) with Process Lasso, so Process Lasso v8 users may wish to get the latest and greatest ProBalance and other options. It adds no real additional overhead to Process Lasso, given this shared Governor.

So if both Process Lasso and CPUBalance are installed, which governor is used? The newer one is used. That is the quick answer.

Install CPUBalance Now!
(32-bit or 64-bit supported, installer auto-corrects)

Note that this product is made for the general consumer. Hard-core techies and Server Admins should stick to the big boy toy of Process Lasso, whose version 9 is coming up next!

Thanks to all who helped in our testing phase! To users who now install and use CPUBalance, give us your feedback below or in our Community Forum.

– Jeremy

p.s. No, it won’t be 100% free forever, but probably follow a liberal Freemium model similar to Process Lasso.

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