If you are using WinNT/2K, yes you can. Right click on the field of the task bar and select “Task Manager”. Then select the Applications tab. Select your application, right click, and “Go To Process”. Now right click on the process (aka “Job” on the AS/400) and select “Set Priority”. This will change the priority for the process. The priory will revert back to normal when it is restarted.
This can also be done under program control.
This is a little off topic, but I was wondering if there is a way on a PC to give priority to one session over another as we can on the WRKACTJOB command for example. That is, when you are running several open windows sessions, is there some place that records each session as a specific job?
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