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Windows 7: Intel Task to Increase Performance

05 Aug 2018   #1
Space Cowboy

Windows 7 64 Bit
Intel Task to Increase Performance

On my prior Windows 7 Ultimate x64 Laptop, there was a task to increase performance. I reinstalled Windows and would like to get it back. Does anyone know what driver or software from Intel adds this task to the Intel Folder in Task Scheduler?

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