WMIC commands for all usersThe following WMIC commands will help every user. The section below gives tips for hobby batch programmers: After all, WMIC is primarily intended for experienced users who build appropriate routines into programs they have built themselves, for example for automation. WMIC is also attractive for others, but not absolutely necessary: What it does, you can often do just as easily and more easily using the Windows graphical user interface. However, since WMIC would be dishonored to leave out the developer aspect, it is included in the article. Well first, tips for everyone: Press Windows-R and enter cmd to bring up the command line. Enter the desired WMIC command and confirm this with the Enter key. It is possible without any problems to enter several of the following commands one after the other and each with [Enter] send off.
WMIC: adjust process priorityWith WMIC you intervene in the execution of your programs: As an alternative to the Task Manager, you can use it to adjust the process priority to the accelerating “high”. Click on the following diagram to view it larger in the browser. To set a process to the highest possible level “real time” requires a previous call of the command line with administrator rights. Otherwise, you’re just bumping a process to high priority, which is second choice.
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