Set Windows Processes Priority

If you need to give a program system resources priority for any reason, try this tip.

1) Hit “Ctrl+Alt+Delete” on your keyboard.
2) Click on the “Processes Tab” in the newly opened window
3) Right click on a process that you need to give resources to, and you
will see an option called “Set Priority”
4) Mouse over this option and select a priority setting (most likely high)
for the program.

**Note that this is good for processes such as CD burning to prevent “buffer underrun errors”.