Thursday, January 12, 2012

How to Start a Program at High Priority Using Maximum Resources

Step I: First open Notepad and type:
Start “program name” /high “C:\Program Files\Program Location\Program.exe”
Here the program name stands for the program which you want to run, for example:
Start “flashget” /high “C:\Program Files (x86)\FlashGet\flashget.exe”
Step II: Now save it as program name.bat
For example: flashget.bat
If you click on the file command prompt will flash for a second and your program will run.
Now your task is finished (Do note that don’t use these steps on programs like flashget or any other programs that doesn’t need high priority). It is preferable for software like Photoshop or any Video converter which takes up more resources.

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