Do you think that any particular application is running too slow in your Windows 7? Sometimes the application we are using run quite slowly while other less important apps run perfectly fine, this is because Windows assigns equal priority to every program. You can increase the priority of any application by increasing the priority of it’s process, in this way Windows will give more resources to a program who’s priority is high. It is very easy to increase/decrease the priorities of any particular process in Windows 7.
First of all launch the Task Manager by right clicking in the empty area in the System task bar and then choose the Start Task Manager option. Or simply hit the following hotkey Ctrl+Shift+Esc.
In the Applications tab right-click the application who’s process priority needs to be changed, and choose the “Go to Process” option from the context menu that appears.
Now right-click a process and select the “Set Priority” option. Here you can choose the desired priority, you can choose from Real-time, High, Above Normal, Normal, Below Normal, and Low.
That’s it, now confirm the priority change in the next step.