Use specific CPU for different application in Windows Vista
How to Use specific CPU for different application in Windows Vista
↣ This is one of the most amazing features of Windows Vista that allows you to use a specific CPU for an application. You can assign one cpu to one application and other cpu for other application.
↣ This feature is only accessible if you are using a Dual Core or Core2Duo or a Quad Core CPU.
↣ In order to enable this feature, you will have to pass the affinity flag to the start utility in command prompt.
↣ If you want to use CPU0 to paint brush, then type the following command at the command prompt window:
↣ c:\windows\system32\cmd.exe /C start /affinity 1 mspaint.exe
↣ You will notice that CPU0 is assigned to paint brush application.
↣ To assign the same application to another CPU, you can use the following command:
↣ For CPU0
↣ /affinity 1
↣ For CPU 1, use this switch:
↣ /affinity 2
↣ You can assign different cpu’s to different application depending on the number of cores in your CPU
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