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Compatible with Windows Server 2012, 2012R2, 2016, 2019, and 2022
Helps maintain system responsiveness during high CPU loads
Bitsum Highest Performance power plan for ultimate performance
Monitor system responsiveness with our proprietary metric
Automate and persist CPU affinities, priorities and more
Automatically switch power plans when specific apps are running
Create rules to take action on a process when a threshold is reached
Algorithms such as the CPU Limiter, Instance Balancer and Group Extender
Log and audit process launches and other selected system activity
Max performance when in use, but conserve energy when idle
There are several features of Process Lasso that can limit or mitigate the effects of high CPU use on Windows Servers.
Process Lasso Server Edition has a 30-day free trial, so give it a try!
Process Lasso is Windows process automation and optimization software. From tuning algorithms like ProBalance to user-created rules and persistent settings such as CPU affinities and priority classes, Process Lasso gives you complete control over running applications!
Our novel ProBalance algorithm helps maintain system responsiveness during high CPU loads by dynamically adjusting the priorities of running programs to keep problematic background processes in check. With ProBalance, no longer will single, or multiple, processes be able to bring your system to a virtual stall. Process Lasso will let you keep interacting with your computer, even when it is under a heavy CPU load. Try our CPUEater Demo to experience ProBalance for yourself.
Process Lasso also allows users to automate and tweak how applications are run through a number of unique and helpful functions. These include persistent priority classes, persistent CPU affinities, disallowed processes, per-process power profiles, a process watchdog for advanced rules, process instance count limits, multiple instance balancing and much more!
Process Lasso is the ultimate Windows CPU affinity changer. The CPU affinity specifies the set of CPU cores an application is able to execute on. With Process Lasso, you can control this with a persistent setting that applies every time the application is run, or change it dynamically while the application is running once a threshold is met. The CPU affinity is commonly changed to limit CPU use or improve performance.
Many additional functions such as power plan automation, a system responsiveness metric and process activity logging are also available.
These features give you the ability to control how programs utilize your computer’s resources based on automatically applied settings. With Process Lasso, you can decide exactly how you want your processes to run.
For minimal resource use, all algorithms and process rules are enforced by a stand-alone background service called the Process Governor. The GUI is entirely optional.
Process Lasso offers several compelling automation and control features for system administrators. Rules can be created to take full control of how applications are run on the server, enforcing settings and limits of various types, including CPU affinities. With algorithms like our CPU Limiter, administrators can prevent users or applications from monopolizing server resources and degrading the responsiveness of other sessions.
Best of all, Process Lasso has an independent core engine called the Process Governor. It can be configured to run as a service and is responsible for applying process rules and algorithms. The Process Lasso GUI that hosts the system tray icon is entirely optional.
Since server administrators need to evaluate the full capabilities of the product, we offer a trial edition of Process Lasso Server Edition. It includes all features of the software, but will expire after 30 days. If you have any questions, please contact us!
Process Lasso v12.0 adds support for Power Modes, new processor topologies (3995WX), and changes the default CPU use metric to CPU Utility %. ParkControl v3.0 was also released with Power Mode support and UI improvements.
This release extends the Instance Balancer feature, improves translations, and further polishes the v11.0 release last month.
Process Lasso’s Instance Balancer is commonly used to spread multiple instances of an application over the CPU, giving each instance a dedicated set of CPU cores. It can also be used to spread distinct applications across the CPU using advanced process match patterns.
This release of Process Lasso adds a processes tree view and more helpful graph tooltips!
The tree view, now the default, provides a way to visualize the process parent/child hierarchy. Many applications spawn child processes, resulting in several same-named instances, thus this new tree view makes managing them easier. It also helps with visualizing the state of the system and specific user activity.
Process Lasso is available in English, German, Russian, Slovenian, Spanish, Polish, Finnish, PT-BR, Japanese, and Chinese (Simplified and Traditional).