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How to set CPU priority at startup for app launched at startup?

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I have a CPU intensive program which launches at startup.  I want it to automagically run at Below Normal priority.  How to do?

Windows 8

Manually set priority
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if it is not service you can do it by:
C:\Windows\System32\cmd.exe /c start "title" /BELOWNORMAL "program path"

you can change bold text with your program title and path.
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Beautiful.
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