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Can I turn off using swap for single program? Visual Studio for example. Or set high priority of using memory by this program?

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Here is an Visual Studio addin which does what you want:

Unswap Memory

Forced load Visual Studio 2010 in physical memory from the paging file
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It is awesome! Thanks! – Roman Dec 6 '12 at 9:29

You can call the SetProcessWorkingSetSize function in the win32 API which might achive what you want?

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Thanks for answer, but it is not exactly what I want. I want to configure it using windows tools or by making some changes in registry. – Roman Dec 5 '12 at 16:35

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