Use SetPriority utility to change execution priority of a running process.
Download SetPriority.exe (16 KB).
Here is description of the supported command line parameters:
Usage: SetPriority [process id] [new priority]
Command line parameters:
|process id||ID of the process to change. Enter ID as it appears in the Windows Task Manager's Processes tab page.|
|new priority||new priority code, either of the following:
0 for "normal" priority
1 for "low"
2 for "high"
Run SetPriority.exe without parameters from the DOS command prompt to see full description of the supported parameters.
Raise priority of process #6575
SetPriority 6575 2