Guide to speed up computer with win32 priority separation

Have you ever met a situation that your Windows computer actives and runs like it is overweight although your computer only carries a few programs? The application that you have opened since a few minutes is still running even though you close it and shut down the computer. It does not obey your command. Hence, if you activate it frequently, these kinds of applications will slow down the speed of your CPU as well as your computer! Let’s take an instance. In order to be convenient, I never turn off my computer during a day or a week, and I open many different applications. Because of that, the computer runs slowly and slowly throughout the activating time.

Now you wonder how to speed up those things? We now show you the shortest way to do that. It is the win32 priority separation:

  1. For Windows 10:

Firstly, from the bottom of the left corner of your screen, click the “Start”, then type “run” into the menu bar. Now you can see the desktop application named “run”, let’s click on it and go ahead if the system asks you whether you prefer running this program. After that, type the words “Regedit” in the type-bar.

Firstly, from the bottom of the left corner of your screen, click the “start”, then type “run” into the menu bar

Next, there is a window named “Registry Editor”, which shows you a list of 5 categories beginning with “HKEY” in the computer folder. Choose HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE key and expand it by clicking on the “>” on the left of the quote.

Win32 priority separation-For Windows 10

More folders are shown for you. Looking for the “System” folder, then “System” to “CurrentControlSet” to “Control” to “PriorityControl”

After opening “PriorityControl” tab, on the right side, you will find out a program which is win32 priority separation. Let’s make a right click on this and select “Modify”.

win32 priority separation

From the right panel side, choose “Hexadecimal” from the “option” in order to change the value into 26. In terms of the system has chosen “Decimal” already, you only have to change its value to 38. Completing all these steps and click OK.

Close the Regedit window and all other applications in order to restart your computer. Now the application’s speed becomes faster!

  1. For Windows 7 and 8:

 

Type “sysdm.cpl” in the Run box then enter to see the System Properties. Click the Advanced tab and click Settings from Performance.

From the new opened Performance Options box, click Advanced and see Processor Scheduling, which offers you to choose one of 2 kinds of settings (Adjust for best performance of Background Services, and Adjust for best performance of Programs). These settings change the DWORD of win32 priority separation following by:

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\PriorityControl

In priority control, you can see that the Win32PrioritySeparation has its data value 2

In priority control, you can see that the Win32PrioritySeparation has its data value 2

In case you choose “Adjust for best performance of Background Services” previously, this value will change to 18 in hexadecimal and 24 in decimal.

In case you choose “Adjust for best performance of Programs” previously, this value will change to 26 in hexadecimal and 38 in decimal.

After doing these steps, click OK and restart the computer to see the speed difference!

Reginald Jimenez