Friday, January 2, 2015

Process Lasso Pro 7.6 Free key

Process Lasso is a process priority optimization and system automation utility.

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Process Lasso is a process priority optimization and system automation utility. Although Lasso offers a plethora of advanced rules and features, you need not be a tech whiz to use it. As soon as you install Lasso, without any further action, it’s ProBalance technology will immediately start restraining CPU hogs to help your PC retain responsiveness during high CPU loads.

Process Lasso’s most popular feature is the unique process optimization technology called ProBalance (Process Balance) that will improve your PC’s responsiveness and stability through process priority optimization and/or CPU affinity adjustments. In addition to ProBalance, there are countless features allowing the user to take full automated control of the processes on their PC. You can have a wide range operations performed, or settings applied, each time a process is run.

What’s New:Gaming Mode has been improved to include a pre-customized power plan for maximal performance. Right out of the box, it can even enter Gaming Mode when you play any Steam game.

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  • No, not installed.

    A well known software here with a lot of fans. This gives me the chance for some personal remarks.

    I had long time installed process lasso. I didn’t see on my machines any real benefit in process management. I used this tool more as a task manager, stopping, blocking or change privileges and other task related changes. I have had always problems – glitches and freezes of Firefox and other processes. I wrote when this tool was presented May 14, 2014:

    “I see since longer time no difference in a more reactive behaviour of the machine, but I see glitches, where they should not be. The system freezes from time to time a very short moment, especially when starting Calibre. On the Process Lasso monitor my "react" is always 100%, the main use of the memory is my RAM-disk, where I have stored all the daily programs from FireFox to Adobe. I use Process Lasso mainly as a TaskMon, to disable unwanted processes from time to time.

    It does NOT speed up my PC. I cannot estimate the behavior on old machines with low memory, but for a new computer, this program is maybe a little bit overrated. There surely is a hype ongoing.

    Meanwhile I have deleted this program from my PC. In my personal impression, the system works better without – on a modern system with enough memory.

    Comment by Karl — January 2nd, 2015 at 3:13 am Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+26) Reply
  • One of the BEST…One’could put in their Computers!.

    Comment by Studiopro — January 2nd, 2015 at 3:25 am Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-16) Reply
  • Here is one piece of unusual software if ever there was one.

    It is unusual in that:
    - it delivers what it promises – if you don’t want it to be complex, it won’t be. You install, and it will improve your PC’s responsiveness through “throttling up” the process in focus. If you, however like to fidget, then plenty of possibilites opens for you (WARNING: you better know what you’re doing).
    - it has some features everyone can understand are useful, but not many software offer – my favorite’s the “blacklist” – Microsoft’s dump report exe kept hanging things up for me, everytime some software hung up – I told Process Lasso to eliminate it any time it rears its ugly little head, and voilá…
    - the developer has repeatedly proved to be very accessible, even when we ended up wondering off the topic of the software itself.

    If you have no problems with your system responding, you don’t need this. If you are like me, always lagging on some old piece of metal, trying to squeeze out a little more where it matters, gosh, you’ll love this software.

    I love this piece of code… and no, I am not employed by to developer. :-)

    Ah, and Happy New Year too…

    Comment by Hobo — January 2nd, 2015 at 3:50 am Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+17) Reply
  • In It’s 7.2 Portable Version I have found lots of auxilliary exe components were not packed. Not only parkcontrol.exe was missed but also some other important exe components ( such as LassoInsights.exe , LogViewer.exe , ThreadRacer.exe, srvstub.exe ) were also not packed in the Portable version of Process lasso 7.2.
    And start-governor.bat and stop-governor.bat files were also not included.

    As a liscensed user of Process Lasso I tried to draw the attention of Bitsum and requested them to look into the matter. ( on 8th December 2014 ) . Immediately they replied “The Portable Edition hasn’t been officially maintained in a while, so this newish module was missing from that distribution. This will be corrected in the next release of Lasso.”

    Now in 7.6 Portable Version all missing files have been packed except one i.e. LogViewer.exe. But anyway I should appreciate the way they took the feedback and tried to resolve the issue despite the fact that The Portable Edition of Process Lasso is not supported officially. Thanks to Team Bitsum.

    Now they have removed the local help file ( CHM ) from the installer just to save 1 Mb which shouldn’t be done and an unwise step surely.

    I am a satisfied user of Process Lasso.

    Similar Programs :

    *Process Tamer

    *Mz CPU Accelerator

     Thanks 

    Comment by Jahid — January 2nd, 2015 at 3:53 am Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+10) Reply
  • Again no luck for me, I can’t register with the code I received on my XPSP3 boot.
    It happens to me few months ago and it happens now.
    I log to my bitsum account, I can see my code but the software will not accept it.
    I get “Oh no” msg. I tried using my name from the account, name + the number, just the number, my email… nothing working.

    Comment by Adif — January 2nd, 2015 at 3:53 am Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-3) Reply
  • Great update for an excellent package.
    I’ve re-registered, just in case: that “update license code” is there for a reason..

    Comment by Am** R*** — January 2nd, 2015 at 4:06 am Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-4) Reply
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