In past Windows OS's , I was always able to change the CPU affinity with a simple line in a .bat file.
# depends on which CPUs you want to run the program with.
start /affinity # program.exe
Now, in Windows 10, this command does not work. I've tried with the -affinity # parameter, but without any luck. Yes, I am running both the .exe and the .bat file in Administrator mode, and yes I have full ownership of the folder both files are in.
Has the code changed somehow in Windows 10?
And before you answer, please don't refer to the solution of using the Task Manager to change affinity. I want a permanent solution, not a temporary one.