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AnandVijayakumar

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Is there any possible way to slow down a particular process in Windows.


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Hello and welcome,


Can you please elaborate on what it is you're trying to do?  Slow down which process?  Why do you need to do this? 


The more information you can provide us, the better options and solutions we can return to you.


Edited by Fusionbomb, 23 April 2015 - 06:32 AM.

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Hello and welcome,


Can you please elaborate on what it is you're trying to do?  Slow down which process?  Why do you need to do this? 


The more information you can provide us, the better options and solutions we can return to you.

Say for example,
 
Now currently i am navigating to gmail,
 
Normal process flow with mimimal configurations

 
Step 1: open browser (taking 1sec)
Step 2: submitting GMAIL with username and password(taking 3sec)
Step 3: after logout (2 sec)

 
Now i want to slow down the navigation flow.
 
Example
 
Step 1: open browser (need to take 10sec for openning browser)
Step 2: submitting GMAIL with username and password(need to take 30sec Inbox page)
Step 3: after logout (need to take 20sec for Logout)

 

is this possible?


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I still don't understand the reason for this, but perhaps if it's a wireless connection using a B router and getting at maximum distance might slow that process down a bit~


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