Keep process priority settings in XP?

Is there a way to make XP remember process priorities as set in Task Manager by the user, as opposed to losing them each time the process is finished or the system is restarted ?

Thanks :slight_smile:

Type gpedit (Group Policy Editor) in Run command and tweak settings there.

Thanks, currently in the process of investigating gpedit possibilities and options. In the meawhile I also came upon the “start” command from which a program can be launched from a DOS box with a predefined priority using command line parameters, e.g. “start /low (program)”, and I’m looking for how to make a script or something similar to have a shortcut doing all that for me in one go (how to use “start” directly from Run menu, for instance ?).

Any more info on this greatly appreciated :slight_smile: