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Well, this is happening because a lot of software’s are running only in one core of your expensive CPU. So, if you are running a lot of them together, then all of this software runs at first core and the rest of your cores are inactive. That means you can not get the power that you paid for.
There exactly, FSPS – MultiCore Environment comes. An application written especially for these situations comes to cover the gap and increase your CPU power to the normal that you have paid for.
What is actually do, is to set the affinity mask for each application and store it. So, if you have an expensive 2 or 4 or 6 physical core CPU, then you can customize each application to run to a specific core or core’s thru the profiles.
For example you can set FS9 to run to core number 2 and ActiveSky at core number 1. That means FS9 will be the only one running at this core and the benefit will be FS9 to get all the power without any other application to bother it.
You can create up to 10 profiles for any kind of .exe file you want and up to 3 groups.