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Started by Claw, October 10, 2019, 03:50:23 PM
Quote from: Claw on October 10, 2019, 03:50:23 PMCan Process Lasso be used right out of the box? Will it still work if it's just installed and left to run without any setting changes or tweaking?
Quote from: kubkat on January 31, 2020, 08:17:37 AMTo tag on to this question... how can you restore default settings to Process Lasso and all applications? I've seen suggestions of using a shortcut but I don't know how to do that... TIA
Quote from: edkiefer on January 31, 2020, 09:08:38 AMIt depends on what you changed but a global reset will put all settings to the original first run of the installer. Menu options>"reset all configurations to default".On the other hand, say you manually set a few processes to altered priorities, you can see the rules of these in the GUI process list, right-click on the process and go to (the type of priority) "always">none (note you can do this with all types of priorities).Last if you had like 20 processes with again CPU priorities, just go to CPU priority setting window (menu "options"> "CPU"> configure persistent CPU priorities and remove all the processes from the list.That should cover most uses of resetting, you can also just make a new profile too (I would click on "reset all configurations to default" after making just to be sure no settings moved to new profile).
Quote from: kubkat on January 31, 2020, 09:20:12 AMThanks for this info. Not at my computer at the moment but Iâ€™m really most interested in resetting a single application (a game) back to default settings but it seems to revert back. This seems to be happening specifically with the SMT settings. When Iâ€™m at my computer I can provide some more details if needed.
Quote from: Jeremy Collake on January 31, 2020, 09:31:48 AMDo the rules still appear in Process Lasso when it reverts?If so, some applications may need 'Options / Forced mode' applied. Otherwise, Process Lasso won't try to fight with an application that is setting its own CPU attributes.