Game Prelauncher is one of the most "radical" and, accordingly, effective programs to accelerate the performance of PC games. Increasing the frame rate here is achieved by switching off all practical processes and services, including system ones.
It works as follows: with the help of the built-in setup wizard, the user chooses the game he is going to play, specifying its executive file. Then, if you want, you can choose the programs you want to use (e.g. Skype). If you don't need any of the applications installed on your computer, you can safely skip this step. Now you have to reboot the PC, and the full load of the operating system will not happen because Game Prelauncher "kills" almost all the necessary services for its functioning, including the Explorer and Desktop processes. That is, if you reboot, you will immediately enter the game.
The increase in performance that the program provides is especially felt on weaker computers. Of course, you won't be able to enjoy the latest games on the old "hardware", but you can add some FPS - quite. If the game you want to play requires a network connection, you can note this during the wizard phase so that Game Prelauncher doesn't disable the necessary network services. You will need to reboot your computer to start working with Windows again when the game ends. Unfortunately, no more updates are available for the program.
- disables absolutely all services and processes that are not required for the game;
- allows you to save a lot of system resources;
- requires a PC reboot before the game starts;
- allows you to mark the programs you will need during the game so that the program does not "kill" the processes that belong to them;
- offers a convenient step-by-step setup wizard.