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Windows 7: disable multicore usage automatically

29 Jun 2011   #11

64-bit Windows 10 Pro

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There is a utility called Prio that will allow you to set the affinity and per program priority. And it remembers the settings through re-boots.

It is accessed from within Task Manager, so it's very convenient.

As the posts above suggest it may or may not help your temperature issues.

In any case, here's the link: Prio - Priority Saver

Hope this helps,
thanks for the suggestion. the software work as advertised it saved priority setting but not affinity. good alternative to setup any software that run background update such as adobe or win update.
That's good news. For more reference, these might be helpful as well for priority settings instead of just affinity settings. The context menu options can help make it easier to set them instead of going through Task Manager.

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05 Aug 2011   #12

Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bit

I found this program while doing some research on a problem in my office. It allows you to change the affinity of any program. It's called CPU-Control. here's the link: - CPU-Control (Win 98/2000/XP/Vista/7) hope it helps. If it doesn't, I have an older program I found a few years ago that I know will lock in any program to the affinity you need. It's called set affinity. I can't seem to find it at this point. Last I saw it was about 4 years ago.
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05 Aug 2011   #13

Windows 7 x64 Ultimate

You can try looking at the power settings. Then go to Advanced Settings and look at the settings under "Processor Power Management".

Power Plan Settings - Change

You may be able to reduce the Maximum Processor State to 75% or something to keep the temps down...
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