Do you know “Windows” shares the processor time between all running processes based upon their priority? If a process has higher priority, it gets more processor time compared to a process having lower priority.
Although you can change the priority according to your requirement, but the priority is not set permanently. Once you restart your system, Windows forgets your custom priority and assigns the process default priority.
So how to set a process priority permanent? here is the solution.
“Prio” is a free for personal use utility which solves the problem. It adds a new option “Save Priority” in “Set Priority” menu: