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Posted 02 March 2013 - 23:03
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Posted 03 March 2013 - 03:08
There's software that can (kind of) do this - Process Lasso can adjust I/O priorities.
Task Manager certainly does not do this.
It's technically possible. And Windows even does this increasingly* better.
* Or so it seems, because teh hardware is getting faster/better, creating the illusion... I'm not acquainted with the proper facts in respect to this.
It's still an area where a lot of progress could be made, and I'm afraid, being already shadowed by throwing hardware at the problem - namely, SSDs. Look how long it took them to add Pause button to file copy dialog.