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Although I read it... it has come to my attention, that Process Tamer doesn't tame 64 Bit processes, but it works as usual for 32 Bit. I didn't use it during a longer time, because there was nearly nothing to tame (that's why I haven't recognized for a long time).
Let me ask you two questions:
  • Was there anyone with similar problems? BTW, I run Process Tamer with Admin rights while working as user (to make sure, that elevated processes can tamed as well).
  • Have you ever thought about the possibility to make it optional whether processes are set 'idle' or only 'below normal' or even ('let's name it 'advanced') can set to a numerical value (of course with all processes are handled equal)? Sometimes it's helpful to give such a process a 'rest' of CPU power (I assume you know examples). It could be simply a variable, for example.

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