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  1. Good Morning AutoIT Geniuses! Maybe this question is answered somewhere already... but I'm looking to ramp up the priority or "speed" of my exe's. So, I've been experimenting and I don't see a huge increase in completion regardless of the processor or memory I use. Sure, if I increase the memory I don't run out of memory, but if I increase memory - things relatively stay the same... why is that? In another scenario for instance, I put the exe on a Dell server w/ 24 GB of ram and several quad core Xeon cpu's and the time to execute was relatively the same... Oh, and the CPU never spiked or went above 5%... even after I stepped up it's priority. That seemed impossible - so I'm asking - is AutoIT mostly responsible for system resources used or is it on Windows? I used WIndows 7 x64 and Windows Server 2012. Clueless as to what the guts are behind AutoIT and how Windows hands the exe's resources or how AutoIT "tells" Windows how to handle it's resources. This day in age, we have quad cores +++ and then some... so this app should be screaming fast - it's not like I'm playing Crysis in 8K - haha, lol.
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