DISCLAIMER: Due to the nature of discussion following this thread, all content has been omitted except for the instructions provided with the intent of improving the performance of running local applications on the Windows operating system.
There remain no quantitative reports or official benchmark tests to support the author’s arguments, therefore, all of the following information exists as a purely open possibility, and subject to one’s discretion.
From the start menu:
Now, for sclang, scsynth, scide & supernova, as well as all application shortcuts leading to them:
It’s a useful strategy to view all running processes under:
Users → Current User
Versus viewing all user & system processes inclusively.