Why is that a problem ? A proirity level was designed for applications in a multitasking envirnment. Since the front end I assume contains the ability to do everything you need, its going to be the only application running on the system, thus having the highest priority.Quote:
Originally Posted by strohj
I realize that your probably thinking that background processes probably have higher priority than your front end which depending on thier states they probably do. But I think they should be left alone.
I don't know what kind of configuration you have, but this article was originally written for those who have nLited thier systems, applied minlogon and EWF.
When chopping down the OS with minlogon, we've really cut down the stress the XP OS puts on the hardware really increasing the performance of any machine. Thus making the performance benefit of changing an applications proirity very minimal.
Also, the kernal treats the OS's shell a little differently than a normal application. The proirity is not "normal", however its up to the programmer to utilize the special features the Kernel gives to the shell.