...I got after in the windows task manager set to the SLDWORKS.exe process realtime priority.
Please try and confirm. Thanks!
How did you benchmark the change?
I have a very big assembly with a lot mates (solved as flexible), so without hiding some parts, SW interface is completely stuck.
After I set realtime priority for the SLDWORKS.exe process I can unhide additional 10-15% components without lost Solid interface response.
If it works for you without your system becoming unstable then change the setting. It is just setting what priority SolidWorks gets on the cpu. Everything else will be pushed lower in the cpu clock cycle priority.
You can tweak your shortcut to launch the program for a specific affintity and priority.
thanks Captain Obvious did you try it? (it is very easy) did you find any lag in windows environment? I did not.
Like I said if it works for you go for it. Yes, I tried it. For what I was doing it did not cause an issue. May not be true in all situations. Just something to be aware of.
practice is the only criterion of inspecting the truth - that my point.
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