Process Lasso is a unique new technology intended to automatically adjust the allocation of CPU cycles so that system responsiveness is improved in high-load situations. It does this by dynamically temporarily lowering the priorities of processes that are consuming too many CPU cycles, there-by giving other processes a chance to run if they are in need. This is useful for both single and multi-core processors. No longer will a single process be able to bring your system to a virtual stall.
Addition.Core: Added new functionality to limit the number of instances
a process can have per user session.
Fix.Core: Improved handling of cases where unexpected results come from
the NT kernel, usually indicating a rootkit or other kernel-level hooking.
Fix.Core: Fixed improper handling of cases where syntactical errors were
present in the default process priorities (they would attempt to be applied
anyway, in contrast to the error shown).
Change.Core: Some memory optimizations.
Change.Core: Some minor CPU optimizations.
Change.Core: Improved efficiency of COM components calls.
Addition.GUI: Added config dialog for new feature to limit the number of
instances a process can have per-session.
Addition.GUI: Added new log toggle for terminations due to instance
Change.GUI: Make 'buy now' button initially not visible.
Change.GUI: Config dialogs no longer ask to save changes when close
button hit if no changes were made.
Change.GUI: Made default button on the process list config dialogs the
'Add' button so you don't accidentally close the dialog by hitting enter.