Increase or reduce the CPU speed to execute processes. What TurboCPU does is set the priority to process an application’s request in a high level so it gets more CPU processing time. In other words applications with lower priorities can not be activated until higher priority operation terminates; but TurboCPU forces the execution of the processes to the highest priority.
Be careful on setting the priorities, it can be counterproductive, affecting your speed performance. Remember that when more than one application shares the same priority level it also shares the speed performance too.
Programs with high priority level run faster and won't be distressed by other running programs, while programs with low priority level are more passive and do not disturb other applications with higher priority. Set unimportant programs that disturb the speed performance to reduce their priority to make them passive.
Use TurboCPU to modify your computer’s settings to increase its performance and speed. Don’t worry, no modifications to your hardware are made and all adjustments and settings are done in an easy-to-use interface that even a child could use.
This is an excellent software though it is only available for Windows 98, NT, ME, 2000, XP.
- Speed an application's performance
- Reduce the processing priorities on unimportant programs
- Not available for Win Vista