Run an Application with a Specific CPU Priority!
The solution to Run an Application with a Specific CPU Priority on all Windows OS!
Please do a Right click or (on touchscren: press and hold) on an empty area of your windows desktop and click or tap on:
► New ► Shortcut.
Enter the command in the location area, and click or tap Next button. (see screenshot below)
cmd.exe /c start "Program Name" /priority "Full path of application file"
For example: I would type this command below exactly if I wanted to create a shortcut to run MS Explorer using a high priority, and it's .exe file is located at "C:\Windows\explorer.exe".
cmd.exe /c start "Explorer" /High "C:\Windows\explorer.exe"
FAQ 17: Updated on: 23 February 2018 10:59
Windows-Console - FAQ-17: Run an Application with a Specific CPU Priority!
ist valid for Microsoft (c): Windows 10
: Pro, Enterprise, Home,
Windows and 8.1
: Enterprise, Pro, Home
: Enterprise, Home, Basic, Premium, Professional, Starter, Ultimate
Windows-Server 2016, 2012, 2008, 2005 .
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