You will need to perform some methods to change CPU priority to prefer foreground apps. Your foreground programs can operate extremely fast when you fixed your PC preference to support foreground softwares. Implement ways below to change CPU priority to prefer foreground apps:
1. Control Panel
2. Registry Editor
Set CPU Priority to prefer foreground apps By Control Panel
In the start, sign in into Windows with admin user account. Next, push Windows + X to open Quick Access option. Select Control Panel in the menu to start Control Panel. From the Control Panel just click System and Security and then just click “System” in System and Security widow. Another window is likely to be opened in which you have to click on the “Advanced system settings” within the left side display, that opens a new window “System Properties”. Simply click “Advanced” and after that click on Settings”. Next display windows will be “Performance options”. Pick “Advanced” tab and just click “Programs” for best performance. Now just click Ok to apply settings. This selection is generally set automatically in Windows.
2. Set CPU Priority to prefer foreground apps through Registry Editor
Enter “regedit” without commas in run box (Start run box by pressing Win key + R) and press enter to view Registry Editor. Go to below registry key in the Registry Editor.
Adjust the value of Win32PrioritySeparation to set CPU priority to prefer foreground apps. Double click the Win32PrioritySeperation area of Registry Editor where you can find the value data to be 2. If you like to change the performance of the foregrounds apps to always be far better, then just put the Value figures as 26. If you plan to improve performance of background apps in that case set that Value data as 18.