Auto Nice Daemon is ancient and changing your software priorities manually is annoying. Isn8217t there a modern way to control how many resources each program should use Meet Ananicy ANother Auto NICe daemon a modern auto-nice solution with which you can create profiles for your software to prioritize the apps you care about. Let8217s see how you can do that. Installation Ananicy needs systemd to work so it isn8217t compatible with every distribution under the sun. To install it on Ubuntu Mint Debian and compatible distributions use git clone httpsgithub.comNefelim4agAnanicy.git .Ananicypackage.sh debian sudo dpkg -i8230 Read more.
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