Is it possible to divide a process in 4 processors?

i have a machine that have 4 processors.

there is a program that uses 100% of 1 processor and it get very slow beacuse of this. is there some way or an extra software to make this process to use the 4 processors?
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Lee W, MVPTechnology and Business Process AdvisorCommented:
No.  If the program is not appropriately multithreaded you cannot force it to be multithreaded.  

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in unix there are commands called pbind or psrest to bind an application to a process. But I am not sure if there is a windows counterpart of it
José PerezAuthor Commented:
star_trek, could you please explain more about it?
Again, these are the unix commands and they don't work in windows. I am not sure if there are any such commands in windows. But here is the info on those commands:
José PerezAuthor Commented:
sorry for not answering but the points were well assigned.


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