I *love* ProcessTamer, so thank you Mouser! After 2 years of using it I finally thought of a way to improve it.
In addition to the rules that set an application to specific priorities like Above Normal etc, there could be a drop-down value for "Don't Tame" which will allow the program to set its own priority and not be tamed even if it's using 100% of resources for an extended period.
This would be useful for Nero.exe, which seems to raise its priority to High when actually burning. I don't want to have to leave it foreground in order to protect it, but I don't want to Force High because when it's not really burning it doesn't usually want to be at that priority level.
So there's my idea! Hope it gets consideration. Thanks again!