CPUBalance Pro Download uses proprietary technology found in Process Lasso to maintain system responsiveness during high loads, or even save you from a hard reset during a worst-case scenario.
The ProBalance algorithm used in CPUBalance has been proven to retain system responsiveness during high CPU loads. While it can’t fix all responsiveness problems it has an impressive impact on a high CPU load, even on modern multi-core CPU’s. A 64-Bit operating system is required.
CPUBalance is a subset of Process Lasso, a tool designed to manage and edit how your processes and services run. It has almost 400k downloads and a 5-star rating here on MajorGeeks. If you have Process Lasso already, then you don’t need this app, but it has newer tech until v9 is released including a different system tray icon for ProBalance interactions and a new Frequency of Action (Restraint) metric.
CPUBalance is a program for Microsoft Windows devices that is designed to retain system responsiveness during high load times. It is designed by the creators of Process Lasso, a popular application that does that as well, and a lot more. CPUBalance is powered by ProBalance, the process optimization technology that improves the responsiveness of the Windows PC.
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- Monitor running processes to block CPU hogs
Following a speedy installation that shouldn’t be difficult, CPUBalance gets integrated into the systray at startup, although it doesn’t draw your attention. Also, it adds itself to the Windows autstart sequence to run automatically every time you turn on you computer.
As soon as it’s fired up, the utility begins to keep an eye on your running processes, taking note of their activity, such as time of launch and process priority change. Clicking the tray icon brings up the main window, where you can view a list of all processes sorted by the restraint count.
- Set process restraints and view detailed logs
This way, you can get a better idea of the programs that typically use more CPU. In addition to the restraint count, you can check out the name, frequency of actions, and last time of restraint. To prevent the program from affecting a process’ priority, you can add it to an exclusion list from the right-click menu.
Furthermore, you can open the log to view extensive details about each action taken by CPUBalance, including the time, process name, action (e.g. ProBalance restraint ended, process priority temporarily lowered), more information, computer and user name, path, and command line. Filters can be applied if you’re trying to locate a particular event. This log can be saved as a CSV file.
- Set exclusions and change the CPU affinity during restraints
Returning to the main window, you can disable ProBalance from the menu or set it to disarm itself when the PC is idle, play sound on process events, manage excluded processes, disable core parking or lower I/O priority during restraint as well as allow or forbid the app from acting on system services, non-normal priority processes, foreground processes or children of foreground processes. Also, the CPU affinity can be changed during restraint.