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I have a program that does a lot of math calculations and I would like it to use more of the processor so it it will get done faster. How can I make this program use more of the processor. I have gone to task manager and set the priority to high but it only uses 50% or less.
What program is this, what operating system are you using, and what model of laptop is this?
the simplest possible explanation is that your laptop has two processors, and the program you're running is only designed to use 1 processor.
which would mean that since the program will always leave one processor free, you'll never exceed 50%.
without more details though, I can't be certain that's the real reason.
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