How to Disable BHP Recreation

For a very small minority of uber-tweakers, Bitsum Highest Performance (BHP) power plan recreation on Lasso or ParkControl resinstall has been an issue. Thus, I have provided a .REG file that will alleviate this *going forward*. Older versions and even present versions (as I write this) may not abide by it.  

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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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Windows 10 For Developer Settings Screenshot

Developers Get Some Assistance in Windows 10 Build 14901

If you are a developer, you have changed these Explorer View settings on every system you ever installed. Now, finally, there is a single-click option built into Windows. If this is present in your installation, you will find it under ‘For Developer Settings‘. There are also new easy-access changes for Remote Desktop and PowerShell. Just think […]

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Screenshot of Task Manager Under Heavy CPU Load

Why can’t I utilize ALL my CPU cores?

I often find users under the misconception that they can find a way to put all those unused CPU cycles they see to work. I don’t mean at Idle, I mean during CPU loads. Some think Process Lasso can do this for them, and I hate to tell them that it can’t. They are understandably […]

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Network Optimizations – What to focus on, and what to avoid

I often get asked about network optimizations, and it’s an area of active R&D at Bitsum. I recently gave this answer to a Process Lasso user, so thought I’d share it with everyone. How do I optimize my network for Gaming? (or other use cases) Aside from having a high quality ISP, the best thing […]

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Process Lasso Startup Config /w Independent Core Engine

Steps to Further Minimize Process Lasso’s Resource Use

Although Process Lasso is inherently very lean, being written in C++ and compiled to native x86 or x86-64 code, you can still further reduce it’s resource consumption by taking any of these steps: Set the GUI to load manually. The core engine (processgovernor.exe), running in the background, will apply all algorithms and automation. You can then open […]

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