Priority Master 2006 -- Impressive Multitasking Power on Default Install for Windows NT/2K/XP/2K3/XP Pro x64

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ScheduPerformance today announced the release of Priority Master 2006 to vastly improve the multitasking capabilities of the Windows NT/2K/XP/2K3/XP Pro x64 platforms using multiple automatic prioritization methodologies.

ScheduPerformance today announced the release of Priority Master 2006 to vastly improve the multitasking capabilities of the Windows NT/2K/XP/2K3/XP Pro x64 platforms using multiple automatic prioritization methodologies.

(PRWEB) February 10, 2006 -- ScheduPerformance today announced the release of Priority Master 2006 to vastly improve the multitasking capabilities of the Windows NT/2K/XP/2K3/XP Pro x64 platforms using multiple automatic prioritization methodologies.

ScheduPerformance is believed to be the world leader in multitasking software to vastly improve the multitasking capabilities of the Windows NT, 2000, XP, 2003 Server and XP Pro x64 platforms. Featuring the Full Time DEFENDER - A positive automatic priority defense shield against background programs interfering with the foreground program. Guaranteed to be able to run more programs in the background and have less impact on the foreground program than standard Windows without manually modifying the priority of background applications.

Last year, 75% to 95% of world wide CPU power on Microsoft Windows was wasted while spinning in the System Idle Process. The same is true for the last 10 years! Just use the Task Manager right now and see how much CPU time is displayed. Priority Master's mission is to recover all of the wasted CPU time by allowing users to run enough background programs to fill physical memory and automatically managing the priority of the background programs.

So, why are the world wide machines idle 75% to 95% of the time? Simple, running an handful or even a single large application in the background makes the machine unresponsive. Here is an actual testimonial:

A dramatic effect PM 2006 had on another program (the stock module of the German edition of "Quicken 2002", a 16bit application) which brings the PC (PIV 3 GHz, 1 GB RAM) almost to a halt in normal priority when updating the 80000 stocks or so (single file for each stock which has to be decompressed, changed, compressed again - takes hours). Before PM 2006 I could run the program only at the weekend and had to walk away till it finished. With the help of PM (Idle priority) the PC still feels slower but remains quite usable (thanks!). Michael Logies

Skeptic: You can do that with the Task Manager.

Ted: Yes you can, but you have to do it every time.

Skeptic: You can set the priority right in the registry.

Ted: Yes you can. But you have to manually do this for all programs you want to put into the background. The Full Time DEFENDER does this automatically.

The simple fact is that having to set programs manually using the Task Manager or to set each and every program using registry edits is the very reason that the world wide Windows machines are idle 75% to 95% of the time. Also, if the program changes it's priority internally, you have to manually go back to the Task Manger and reset it every time that it changes. Priority Master 2006 automatically forces the priority that is user set using the "priority jack hammer" and this uses typically 0 to 3% overhead. The bargain is that you spend up to 3% to recover typically 75% to 95% of the CPU and be able to run background programs with absolutely no manual user intervention using the Full Time DEFENDER in default mode.

There is a free fully functioning demo available on the website at: http://www.prioritymaster.com home page and the Single User License is only $6.95

This full featured program comes complete with extensive Online Help, a dozen stunning Active X skins, a system tray icon with status reporting and it works automatically and silently in the background just as soon as the system boots up. You can feel the power instantly when multitasking.

The website at http://ww.prioritymaster.com contains extensive amounts of user-level prioritization and multitasking information. There is a technical white paper titled "Increasing Multitasking Capabilities on Windows NT/2K/XP/2K3/XP Pro x64" at http://www.prioritymaster.com/white2.htm and hub of related information at http://prioritymaster.com/prod01.htm and very impressive testimonials at http://prioritymaster.com/testimon.htm

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