In Windows Task Manager I can set (or when I right click I can view) the process priority. Is shows "real time", "high", "above normal", etc. The same goes for the "ProcessExplorer" (from sysinternals, now microsoft). The question is: Is there a way to see what threads are running with what priorities in a given process? (along with a number, which is from 0 to 31, I think). So that would be 32 priority levels, not just 5 level. (6,7,8,9,10)
Full disclaimer: I've already posted this question on stackoverflow, however it was suggested that this belongs on superuser, so I marked it to delete it since no one was able to give me an answer.