Ashampoo Core Tuner is a feature-rich program that optimizes your system's CPU level. It mainly addresses power users, but it can be handled by less experienced individuals as well.
A list of all active processes is automatically displayed upon deployment. You can view the name, description, CPU level, memory usage, priority and working cores for each application.
It is possible to specify rules for each item by changing its priority, disable cores, as well as to automatically boost a process' CPU by clicking a button (this action can be easily undone). Evidently, you can terminate a currently running app as well.
Furthermore, you can create new profiles, view a graphical representation of the recent resources usage (total CPU, each CPU core, RAM), manage applications that automatically run at system startup, as well as stop active services.
Several configuration options are available through the Settings section. For instance, you can switch to a different language for the UI, alter the default skin and disable animations, as well as enable Ashampoo Core Tuner to automatically accelerate the launch of new applications, just to name a few.
The program generally has a good response time, includes a help file and runs on a very low quantity of CPU and system memory. We have not encountered any issues throughout our testing; the tool did not hang, crash or display error notifications. All in all, Ashampoo Core Tuner can be a useful app for managing the way your system's CPU is being distributed.