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Access the Unix Renice command.   Shareware ($5.00)
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This tool gives you access to the powerful Unix Renice command through an understandable and easy to use GUI. The Renice command allows you to change the amount of processor time given to any particular process or application. Translated, that means you can make your applications run faster or slower by adjusting their priority.
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PPC, Mac OS X 10.0 or later






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burypromote


Anonymous reviewed on 18 Jul 2005
I hate when people charge money for stuff like this.A simple google search and about 30 seconds of reading and you will be able to do this on your own for free.
[Version 1.0]


burypromote


Anonymous reviewed on 29 Apr 2004
I'm sorry ... but this application is crap; especially as a shareware product. There are freeware software tools like ProcessWizard or BeNicer doing this job better (by far) ... so save your money.
[Version 1.0]


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Downloads:1,968
Version Downloads:1,411
Type:Utilities : System
License:Shareware
Date:16 Apr 2004
Platform:PPC 32 / OS X
Price: $5.00
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This tool gives you access to the powerful Unix Renice command through an understandable and easy to use GUI. The Renice command allows you to change the amount of processor time given to any particular process or application. Translated, that means you can make your applications run faster or slower by adjusting their priority.


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