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How do you change the priority of a running process?

This was a question in a recent written interview that we did in a college. This is the answer that someone wrote.

  • Press Ctrl+Alt+Del
  • Select Task Manager
  • Go to the process tab
  • Select the process for which you want to change the priority
  • Right Click
  • Select "Set new priority" and enter a number
  • Priority of the process is changed

An excellent answer, though this was not what we were looking for. And the guy did get a mark for it.

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