@RamanAbdullen @PardefOt Doesn't install anything, learn how to read.
can't download, redirects to main page of dev-c
@RedEyedRocker Go cry somewhere else with that Minecraft avatar. Setting priority to High does no harm, unless your computer can't keep up with thermals, in which case the worst to happen is it will shut off.
@Ronald McDongus Not a mod.
@Broken Space @GianniPower It works only once, doesn't install anything.
@Gede berly according to description, it doesn't install anything. So, rationally thinking, if there's nothing installed, there's nothing you'd want to have uninstalled.
@PhazedUp unless realtime overloads your computer and it's unable to cooldown itself fast enough (story with most of people that use this script), it will damage computer parts and may fry gpu/cpu (more likely if it's a old laptop, not dust cleaned and with bad cooling system). High priority is the realest possibility to get more juice out of computer without putting anything at risk or having a lot of down sides. Not talking about huge input lag that will be caused on low-end systems, explorer.exe (aka windows GUI) becoming unresponsive (rendering the computer UI useless). If realtime works for you now, it won't be the case in few years once system gets older. That shouldn't be used in a script which is public and 90% of people are dumb enough not to read description, so no point in me even giving them side effects (only would get negative reviews).
@PhazedUp Changes power consumption plan to highest, as it's very crucial on rigs to have that enabled or not all performance will be used.
@PhazedUp And real-time is the way to destroy your computer parts.
https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/oldnewthing/20100610-00/?p=13753 Your rating is unfair considering the suggestion is invalid. Do you have any other reasons for rating this not 5 stars?
@bwidhah Restart your game.