I'm really annoyed by not being able to do a few jobs at a time even if I have plenty of RAM and CPU left to utilise - so it's the disk usage, for example when I am extracting big archives using WinRAR or other disk-write-hungry stuff.
I want to be able to limit this, let's say to 20%, So WinRAR would only use up to 20% of the write capabilities of my disk which should result in
"no more hang ups of my OS and being able to multitask even when the I am unpacking a big archive"
when doing such disk-intensive jobs.
If you know how to limit I/O of a disk by application then this will really help!
My OS: Windows 7 Ultimate x64. I tried setting process affinity and priority, but without luck.