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[Linrad] Re: Setting priorities in Windows

Hi Alex,

Yes, of course one can set the priority of a running process 
via the Windows Task Manager.  We were discussing ways of 
having the priority set automatically, from within a 
program's own code, so that a user does not need to remember 
to do it "by hand".

	-- 73, Joe, K1JT

Alex Artieda wrote:
> Dear Colleagues
> Windows give to you an easy way to set up the priority level of any kind of
> application, its very simple, you can select 6 different levels:
> - LOW
> - HIGH


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