In Windows 7, in "Power options", the "minimum processor state" is set to 5%. Because of this, some programs are really slow. For example when I compile source code, the compilation time (Delphi 7) is 5.2 seconds. If I set minimum processor state to 100% the compilation time is 3 sec. However, I have a Intel CPU so when minimum processor state is set to 100% the CPU overheats and laptop's cooler starts to "scream".
How can I make the CPU to switch from "minimum processor state" to "maximum processor state" much much faster?