Process Lasso improves system performance, responsivenss, and stability in high load situations. It watches for processes consuming too much of the CPU and automatically restrains them to improve system responsiveness. It can also automatically terminate undesired processes, apply default priorities to an application each time it is run, or log all processes launched. It is not a task manager replacement, but does have task manager like capabilties only as a compliment to its core functions.
Addition.Core: Added new functionality to limit the number of instances a process can have per user session.
Fix.Core: Improved handling of cases where unexpected results come from the NT kernel, usually indicating a rootkit or other kernel-level hooking.
Fix.Core: Fixed improper handling of cases where syntactical errors were present in the default process priorities (they would attempt to be applied anyway, in contrast to the error shown).
Change.Core: Some memory optimizations.
Change.Core: Some minor CPU optimizations.
Change.Core: Improved efficiency of COM components calls.
Addition.GUI: Added config dialog for new feature to limit the number of instances a process can have per-session.
Addition.GUI: Added new log toggle for terminations due to instance limit.
Change.GUI: Make 'buy now' button initially not visible.
Change.GUI: Config dialogs no longer ask to save changes when close button hit if no changes were made.
Change.GUI: Made default button on the process list config dialogs the 'Add' button so you don't accidentally close the dialog by hitting enter.
Change.All: Changed compiler optimization settings.
Change.Defaults: ProBalance priority restorations (end of restraint) events are now logged by default.
Installer.Change: Upgraded to NSIS 2.40
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