handles the CPU-affinity for multicore-systems (supports quadcores as
well). Instead of running each process on both CPUs you can define it
as you want it. For example, if you want to seperate the firewall and
the anti-virus-software from the graphics-application.
CPU-Controls offers five different ways to control the CPU-affinity:
Automatic: It chooses alternatingly one CPU for each new process
Manual: You define a list, where you can set the way to handle each process
All processes run on CPU 1, which is useful for old applications which crashes on a dual core system
All processes run on CPU 2
Helpfile for CPU-Control:
supports five different modes.
Automatic: CPU-Control uses all
two/four cpus to assign the tasks.
Manual: You choose the cpu,
which should handle the process. You can save the settings into a profil.
CPU1: All task are on cpu 1.
CPU2: All task are on cpu 2
Off: CPU-Control is deactivated
is the name of the task, id is the handle of the process and cpu shows the
assigned cpus. 1000 means only cpu1, 1010 cpu1, cpu3 and so on…
a quad-core support in CPU-Control, please check “Quad core” in the options.
Version: 2.1 Filesize: 15.11 MB Added on: Apr-18-2011 Downloads: 411