Modify CPU Priority through Control Panel
In the first step, sign into Microsoft windows with admin pc user account.
Now, press Windows + X to start Quick Access option.
Click Control Panel in the menu to open Control Panel.
Select “System and Security” from the Control Panel and next simply click “System”.
A new window is going to be opened in which you have to select the “Advanced system settings” in the left side display, which usually launches a whole new window “System Properties”.
Go to “Advanced” tab and simply click “Settings” below Performance options.
Next display windows will be “Performance options”. Select Advanced tab and just click “Programs” for best performance. At this point click on Ok to execute adjustments.
Most of the times, this selection is adjust by default and as a result Windows OS will automatically prefer software.
Modify CPU Priority through Registry Editor
Write “regedit” with no commas in run textbox (Open run window by hitting Win key + R) and hit enter to display Registry Editor.
Go to the below registry key in the Registry Editor.
You need to modify the value of “Win32PrioritySeparation” registry value on right area.
Double click on the Win32PrioritySeperation particular field of Registry Editor where you should view the value figures to be 2.
Alter the value to 26 to set CPU priority to prefer foreground apps in Windows 10.
If you want to improve performance of background applications then simply just specify that Value data as 18.