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Windows 7: Windows Processes And Service Tweaks !

16 Aug 2017   #1
Space Cowboy

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Windows Processes And Service Tweaks !

Hello,

Is there a way of making a couple of Windows Processes always run as "High" Priority without running any additional software like Prio in the background?

The two I'm referring to start when I'm backing up my computer.

I believe they are (sdclt.exe) and (VSSVC.exe)

I use Windows Task Manager, for now, to change their priority to high.

Also, Can I make my own service and have it run with an argument like /s?

Thank You Very Much !!


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