CPU-Control is a small utility designed to optimize the operation of multi-core processors. In short, you can use this program to assign different processor cores to different processes. For example, you can assign one kernel to work with graphical applications and the other with games. The CPU-Control interface is intuitive - you simply select processes from a list and assign them to the right kernels. The program works in four modes - automatic, manual, and also in modes named CPU1 and CPU2. In the case of automatic mode, CPU-Control assigns a new process to a particular core. CPU1 mode is designed for outdated programs that do not support dual-core processors. CPU-Control can also be used to optimize quad-core processors.
- distribution of tasks between the cores of multi-core processors.