Process Controller 3.01
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Process controller lets you get control of the processes running on your systems by allowing you to throttle back long running intensive processes automatically. This is done with either 'Static' rules or 'Dynamic' rules.
Static rules let you specify processes that should always:
- Have their processing priority promoted to above normal
- Have their processing priority demoted to below normal
- Be terminated as soon as they are detected.
Dynamic rules then go a step further. They let you specify processes to monitor (e.g. all processes called 'xyz'), and if they go over the processor demands you specify, then they can be throttled back for the period of time you specify.