Priority Master 2008 -- Enter the Visual Age of Automatic Priority Management for Windows 2K/XP/2K3/XP Pro x64

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Windows + Priority Master 2008 gives superior multitasking performance and system security through its automatic program priority management features and visual verification methods.

ScheduPerformance today announced the release of Priority Master 2008 to enter the visual age of automatic priority management. Priority Master 2008 gives users tight control of their process like no other hardware/software combination available today. It is specifically designed to make the user tactically aware of the entire system. It enables users to permanently prioritize programs with just 2 mouse clicks, prevent specific processes from running, and vastly improves overall system response time and security.

It is the visual age of user control. Users see the priority of the program right on the window title and the on Task Bar. No need to wonder what is going on; just check the log file for the selected program actions. They can get superior performance just from the default install in multitasking. In advanced mode, simply set programs into one of the 11 priority list and can always get the proper response time from programs in the foreground or background. The new features in the 2008 version allow users to log the programs actions into a file and see what process are started, not in the list, can not be prioritized and ones user or automatically terminated. The new RealTime defense option allows users to automatically terminate and log these programs that can freeze your keyboard and mouse. With just a single click, users can terminate all programs not in the priority lists. It gives users the real feeling of power and control through its automatic program priority management features and visual verification methods. This version is faster, more efficient and more visual than previous releases.

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" updated for the 2008 version 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

The free demo never times out and is the same as the retail product except that it does run past midnight and does not save the user options. Upgrades for 8.X are free and online for the entire year in 2008. Vista compatible.

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