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Process Lasso

Written by Gail Bjork

Process Lasso, a free software application, improves a PC’s responsiveness and stability. Simply install it and start enjoying better system performance.

After installing a few Windows Vista updates, my notebook computer started running hot non-stop. I became very concerned about the heat and constantly running fan. In addition, video playback became choppy.

Live with it or system install?

No matter what tweak, system restore or uninstall I tried, nothing improved. I came to the conclusion that I had two choices: live with the heat and choppy video, or reinstall the entire Vista operating system and start from scratch.

The very thought of a complete system reinstall was depressing.

Forum participant advice to the rescue

Before doing anything else, I decided to discuss the problems in an online forum. As often is the case, a forum participant came to the rescue and suggested a program called Process Lasso developed by Bitsum Technologies. Process Lasso is touted to be “the ultimate process priority optimization and automation software” that improves a PC’s “responsiveness and stability during periods of high CPU load. “

Though initially reluctant to chance messing up my notebook any further, I decided to give it a try. I downloaded and installed the free version of Process Lasso.

Process Lasso delivers

It worked! Video now runs smoother than ever before where ever I view it. And my notebook computer runs cool.

I have no idea how Process Lasso works, only that it does.

After a quick and easy installation, Process Lasso begins to go to work immediately. Once installed, the program places a green square icon in the right bottom of the system tray that lets you know the program is running.

Advanced users can tweak the configuration, which looks intimidating to non-tech savvy persons like me. However following the installation, nothing more has to be done. My notebook is purring once again like a kitten.

If you want to prevent system stalls and improve the responsiveness of your Windows-based computer, check out Process Lasso.

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About the author

Gail Bjork

Gail Bjork, who is passionate about digital photography, is the owner and editor of Digicamhelp.Gail is the author of three illustrated ebooks about digital photography. A number of her photos and digital photography related articles appear at other websites.In 2006, a series of her photos, People in the Louvre, were exhibited at the Underground Photo Gallery
in Iisalmi Finland. Eight of her photos taken in the Florida scrub are on permanent exhibition at Parrish Medical Center in Titusville, Florida.Gail served twelve years as an elected member of The School Board of Palm Beach County, Florida, one of the largest school districts in the U.S. She has also been the editor of a small town newspaper and a free-lance writer. Gail and her husband owned and ran several small businesses.