My computer running Windows 7 is getting old, and Flash content stutters a bit too much. I am finding that elevating the priority of the plugin process helps a lot.
I know of the
/high switch to start an executable with 'High' priority, but I don't know how to raise the priority of a child process (plugin executable kicked off by a (parent) browser process) automatically.
I'd like to do this without installing any additional software on the machine. If there's a way to do this from the browser itself (I use Firefox and Chrome), it'd be even better.
Also, FMI: Are there any possible unintended consequences that I may be overlooking?