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Chris-PC CPU Booster is designed to improve your CPU performance and enhance your favorite software applications to run smoother without any hardware upgrade.
It puts you in control of your CPU by enabling those programs that prioritize CPU usage to perform faster and smoother against other applications that are not so demanding by utilizing Artificial Intelligence.
Chris-PC CPU Booster will instantly direct your CPU to give the active application higher priority and let the other non-essential software run with lower priority in the background. This action may help boost your computer performance and enhance your computer use experience.
Don't worry about overcharging your CPU either; Chris-PC CPU Booster will not burn the processor as some other overclocking software does. This program maintains the computer's CPU in its native factory setting (default frequency) or uses your custom BIOS settings. There won't be any changing or overclocking of your computer's CPU.
Chris-PC CPU Booster Features:
Optimizes games, photo editing software, video production, and any software that requires excessive processing power to run much faster than the software was originally designed for, without any hardware upgrade. Background running: Once installed, started, and configured, CPU Booster will run quietly without user interaction to boost your favorite applications. Artificial Intelligence constantly switches the foreground application to use the least used processor core on multi-core computers, ensuring applications always have the most CPU power available to them. Includes a processor benchmark test to get an evaluation of the stability of your computer and RAM. Provides statistics for a complete overview of your computer performance while running the CPU Booster software. It provides a dynamic systray icon that displays the CPU usage in real-time. Simple and intuitive interface.
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