task manager in XP pro

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ok in task manager in XP pro you can right click on wmplayer.exe and set priority higher. is there any way i can make the priority level permanent for the application?
 

cpugeniusmv

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you can create a batch file that will start the program with a specified priority:

Code:
start /low wmplayer.exe
i think the available switches are:

/low
/normal
/high
/realtime
/abovenormal
/belownormal

check out start /? for more interesting things with the start command.
 

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