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Fortnite Priority App Set to High Performance: Step by Step Guide

Setting the Fortnite Priority app to high is quite beneficial to boost the in-game FPS. Generally, when an application or game’s priority is set to high, the system allocates the majority of resources, which eventually helps to boost the system performance.

If you’re also frustrated of low fps while playing Fortnite, here’s a guide to set Fortnite Priority App to high performance.

How to set Fortnite Priority to High to increase Performance

  • Step 1: Launch Fortnite on your system.
  • Step 2: Open Task Manager by pressing Ctrl+ Alt+ Delete simultaneously.
  • Step 3: Go to the Details tab and find Fortnite.exe.
  • Step 4: Right-click on FortniteClient-Win64-Shippin.exe.
  • Step 5: Click on the change priority option and set it to high.

That’s it. However, players may sometimes encounter the Access Denied error. If you are also encountering the same error, simply follow the below-mentioned steps.

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How to fix Access Denied error?

You can follow the below-given guide to use the Fortnite Priority app to set high performance after encountering Access Denied error.

  • Step 1: Close Fortnite if it’s running in the background.
  • Step 2: Go to the desktop, press Windows Key+ R at a time. In the Windows Run application, type Regedit and press OK.
  • Step 3: Go to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE>>Microsoft Windows NT. Now right-click on the image file execution.
  • Step 4: Right-click on the key, make a new one and set the name to PerfOptions.
  • Step 5: Next, make a new 32-bit keyword and name it as the CPU priority class.
  • Step 6: Double click on the new key and set them to three.
  • Step 7: Start Fortnite and change priority to high.

Following the above steps will allow you to set Fortnite’s app priority to high. But most users avoid using such settings as it makes your system a bit laggy. Hence, we recommend doing it at your own risk.

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Maninder Beniwal
Maninder, a guest writer on MoroEsports, is contributing to Mobile Esports and sharpening her skills in writing.
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