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Bill2's Process Manager

Processes affinity and priority Manager for Windows


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Total downloads: 256
  • Last Updated: May 31, 2010
  • License: Freeware Free
  • OS: Windows Vista/2003/XP
  • Requirements: .NET Framework 2.0 or higher

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Bill2's Process Manager is a System Utilities software developed by Bill2 Software. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for Bill2's Process Manager:

BrothersoftEditor: With Bill2's Process MANAGER, Take Control of your Processes, make the most of opportunities for multicore processors and Improve the responsiveness of your PC

Bill2's Process Manager is a free software running on Windows 2000, XP, Vista and Seven (32 and 64 bit), for machines with multiple processors and / or multicore processors. (Intel Pentium4D/P4D, Core2Duo/C2D, Core2Quad/C2Q, i7 Core and AMD Phenom or X2, for example)

Bill2's Process Manager offers management of your process much more complete than the Windows Task Manager!

Bill2's Process Manager to create rules to indicate with which priority a program must comply, and which processors or cores (affinity) it can use.

Moreover, these rules are automatically saved, and applied in a transparent manner when a process concerned is detected.

With Bill2's Process Manager, you can, for example, create a rule for a program like Folding at home runs on the 2nd core of your CPU, leaving the core 1 totally free for all your usual duties.

General Features:

- Supports up to 32 processors or cores
- Supervision System
- Group management rules
- Automatic detection of process
- Security
- Etc.
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