I'm trying this nice unique utility, but unfortunately it may have a problematic behavior:
PT misbehave processes with the "below normal" , "above normal" and "real time" priorities.Example:
I started Notepad.exe with "below normal" priority.
I opened a big heavy file that demands high CPU usage.
This will trigger PT to Decrease the process priority to "low" priority.
After Notepad.exe succeed to open the big file it stopped demands high CPU usage.
Hence PT should
restore the process to its previous original priority (which is "below normal").
But instead PT increased the priority to "Normal" and after a while to "high"
In addition, PT continues to increase the priority unstoppably
I attached my Configuration (although to my understanding this misbehavior is not caused by the PT Configuration)Bug with the "below normal" , "above normal" , "real time" priorities