This should be an easy one. In "Task Manager > Processes" Studio One.exe is set to Normal. Other DAWs (such as Cubase) defaults to High. You can manually change this by right clicking on Studio One.exe and going to "Set Priority > High". It would be very nice if it was already the default, though. I'm using Studio One Pro 2 x64 on Windows 7 64-bit with a FireStudio Mobile, and I often get clicks and pops during playback. Setting the Priority to High seems to prevent that.
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One note about changing the process priority for anyone who might want to try it out: it is not advisable to set to "Realtime" because it is fairly unstable. You'll could crash Studio One or even lock up your computer just trying to change to "Realtime."
If you do manually change the Studio One.exe priority to High, it will still load with Normal priority next time you launch Studio One, which is why I'm requesting the default be changed.