Prior to Windows 10 the Taskmanager (taskmgr.exe) was automatically started with priority "higher" - which totally makes sense if you want to kill an application that runs amok (and that usually has the CPU priority "default").
However since Windows 10 the Taskmanager is started by default with the priority "Low" instead of "High" which makes it useless in case the CPU is utilized at 100% by several threads.
How can I restore the default behavior of the older Windows versions and always run taskmgr.exe with a priority higher than default?
Note that scripts or batch files are of no use to me as in a high CPU load scenario it is even difficult to execute Ctrl+Alt+Del and then select the Taskmanager. Starting a script is not on option in such a scenario!