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Posted on 2003-11-20
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Hello Guy's

I was Wondering if a java Application can Change the Process Priority of a running windows application.


If anyone knows how, please help me, and tell me how

thanx :)
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Question by:Ekky
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you would have to use JNI
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 ... or possibly Runtime.exec() and pass the appropriate commands in the exec() method.
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