This is a Mac OS X utility that redistributes CPU time to give the frontmost application about 20 percent to 30 percent more processor time than it gets normally.
It uses the UNIX command "renice" to change the priority of the frontmost application so that the processor gives it more time. You can also manually set the priority of all application via the status window, where you also can force quit application and processes and check the priority of applications and processes.
- Mac OS X 10.1 or later
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