How to run a command or application with a different CPU priority in Windows 7 using DOS command

Use the "start" command in command line to start a command or application with different CPU priority.
start /[priority] [command or path to application]
The priorities are:

  1. low
  2. normal
  3. high
  4. realtime
  5. abovenormal
  6. belownormal


start /high [path-to-command/application]


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