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  • Pradipta Sarkar

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    Using a registry hack, you can change the name of your CPU to what you desire.

    Open Regedit, navigate to HKEY_Local_Machine > Hardware > Description > System >Central Processor. If you have multiple cores, you will need to choose 0. You can modify the “Processor Name” string to the name you choose.

    But remember every time you restart the machine, it will display the original processor name.

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