Process Lasso updated to 6.5.0.0

Discussion in 'other software & services' started by Victek, May 14, 2013.

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  1. Victek

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    A Giveaway for who want to use the Pro version:

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  3. Tyrizian

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    Thanks Victek123, updated :thumb:
     
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    Do you see any improvement with Process Lasso and W8?
     
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    Not that it ever took up any resources to begin with, but the newer version seems to feel and work a lot more smoother on my Windows 8 machine, than it ever did when I ran Windows 7.
     
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    I use it and have no complaints. My programs open and close quickly even with several already open.Fact is, I have been using it for so long that i can't recall how my PCs have worked without it. I recall reading from time to time positive comments about it on various computing web sites including Wilders.(maybe do a search)

    The concept makes a lot of sense and in fact starting with last year's version Tune-Up utilities has made a big deal about including a half baked version of it in its suite

    Aside from its performance boosting potential at this price def get it because it offers an incredible amount of info about and control over programs and processes running on your PC and it is amazing at instantly killing frozen programs or those that refuse to close. For the latter reason alone, I would never run my PC without it.
     
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    But do you notice any performance improvements on W8?
    I mean, W8 is pretty smooth already so i dont know if something like PL will help. :rolleyes:
     
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    It definitely handles my processes better than 8 itself, so yes...I see a difference.

    Just remember though, Process Lasso doesn't make a system perform faster, but improves the behavior of running processes.
     
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    Ended up buying a lifetime license . . . couldnt resist the price. :D
     
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