Process Lasso v9.1.0.68

Pro­cess Las­so ist ein auto­ma­ti­sier­tes Win­dows Pro­zess­ma­nage­ment- und Opti­mie­rungs-Tool für Win­dows Vis­ta, 7, 8 und 10, das die Reak­ti­ons­fä­hig­keit des Sys­tems — beson­ders bei hohen Pro­zes­sor­aus­las­tun­gen — durch einen eige­nen Algo­rith­mus posi­tiv beein­flus­sen soll. Neben einer kos­ten­pflich­ti­gen Pro-Ver­si­on sind zusätz­lich eine Ser­ver Edi­ti­on, sowie älte­re Ver­sio­nen für Win­dows XP und Win­dows 2000 ver­füg­bar.

Mit der Ver­si­on 9.1 wur­de die Funk­ti­on “Instance Balan­cer” ein­ge­führt, mit der man ein­zel­nen CPU-Ker­nen meh­re­re Instan­zen der­sel­ben Anwen­dung zuwei­sen kann. Dies geschieht über einen aus­wähl­ba­ren Algo­rith­mus. Der­zeit besteht die Opti­on, jeder Instanz ent­we­der die glei­che Anzahl von CPU-Ker­nen zuzu­wei­sen oder jeder Instanz eine bestimm­te Anzahl von CPU-Ker­nen zuzu­wei­sen.

The Instance Balan­cer indi­vi­du­al­ly assigns CPU cores to mul­ti­ple instan­ces of the same app­li­ca­ti­on. This is done by way of a selec­ta­ble algo­rithm. Pre­sent­ly, the opti­ons are to eit­her give each instance an equal num­ber of CPU cores (reb­a­lan­ced when the instance count chan­ges), or to set give each instance a spe­ci­fic num­ber of CPU cores.

This new fea­ture is not some­thing most peop­le will need, but it covers a pre­vious gap in func­tio­n­a­li­ty. While users could set per­sis­tent CPU affi­nities for dif­fe­rent app­li­ca­ti­ons, mul­ti­ple instan­ces of the same app­li­ca­ti­on were pro­ble­ma­tic becau­se they have the same pro­cess name and path.

Win­dows has a par­ti­cu­lar­ly bad pro­blem dealing with threads that deci­de they want to con­su­me every bit of CPU time they can get their hands on (CPU bound threads). A sin­gle CPU bound thread run­ning at Nor­mal prio­ri­ty can bring an ent­i­re sin­gle-CPU sys­tem to a stall, as demons­tra­ted by our gra­phi­cal pro­of of con­cept below. Yes, it is true – belie­ve it or not! It is this worst case sce­n­a­rio that Pro­cess Las­so was ori­gi­nal­ly writ­ten to address. By tem­pora­ri­ly lowe­ring the prio­ri­ty of the offen­ding pro­cess, your PC can be saved from a full stall.

Release Notes:

v9.1.0.68 – June 8 2019

  • GUI: If sys­tem only has a sin­gle CPU group
    • For default pro­cess colum­ns, hide ‘CPU group’
    • Set CPU uti­liz­a­ti­on bars cap­ti­on to ‘CPU %’ ins­tead of ‘CPU Group 0’
  • GUI: Impro­ve­ments to graph com­pon­ents and sizing, espe­cial­ly for non-Eng­lish lan­guages
  • GUI: Res­to­re ‘Gover­nor Not Run­ning’ warning graph over­lay
  • GUI: Text, menu item, and dia­log cleanup and con­sis­ten­cy impro­ve­ments
  • GUI: Fix issue whe­re pre­vious­ly used con­fig pro­fi­le couldn’t be dele­ted until gover­nor restar­ted
  • GUI: Show auto­ma­tic gaming mode in rules column
  • GUI: Res­to­re color the­me when GUI laun­ched
  • GUI: Inva­li­da­te tar­get win­dows after the­me chan­ge
  • GUI: Sta­tus bar – Remo­ve ‘cores /’ pre­fix on queue length per core
  • GUI: Impro­ve pro­cess tool­tip for­mat­ting, espe­cial­ly for non-Eng­lish
  • GUI: Con­ti­nued prep for full dark mode
  • GUI: Add Slo­ve­ni­an
  • GUI: Other code impro­ve­ments
  • Core: Allow auto-detec­ted games to be child­ren of frame­work (e.g. Steam) at any level, not only immedia­te child
  • Misc other


Down­load: Pro­cess Las­so
Ver­si­on: v.
Datei­grö­ße 2,14 MB
Ver­öf­fent­licht am: 08.06.2019
Betriebs­sys­tem: Win­dows Vis­ta, 7, 8 und 10 32 und 64 Bit
Lizenz: Free­ware, Pro Ver­si­on kos­ten­pflich­tig
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