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change processor name permanently

Written by devendermahto
Would you like to show a brand new processor name which may not even published on market? Yes, definitely you will like it! With this tweak, you can change the name of your processor to a personalized one like Intel i12 or something extreme like AMD Radon 30 GHz . So follow the given steps,
How to change processor name permanently
Steps you have to perform


1. Open Notepad. Copy and paste below code into file.
Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00
[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINEHARDWAREDESCRIPTIONSystemCentralProcessor] “ProcessorNameString”=”Intel(R) Core(TM) i12-3470 CPU @ 32.5GHz “Change
the text with anything that you want to show as processor
name.

2. Save the file with .reg extension, such as “anyname.reg”.
 
3. Double click on file. You will get two prompt, Just allow them to install registry key.4. Now check whether name has assigned to processor. Press “Windows
+Pause/Break” button to open My computer Properties OR right click on My
Computer and select “Properties”.

5. You should get the processor name that you have assigned with registry key.

 This is enough for one session, but the
problem is that the processor name reverts back to default after user
restarts his computer. Solution to this is to place the file in start up
folder, so whenever system will boot, the registry key will
automatically will get installed.
6. Copy or cut the registry file just created above and paste it in the
directory C:Documents and SettingsAll UsersStart
MenuProgramsStartup (in Windows XP) or to
C:UsersUser-NameAppDataRoamingMicrosoftWindowsStart
MenuProgramsStartup (in Windows 8, Windows 7 and Windows Vista).
Replace User-Name with the current user id of user.

7. Done, now check whether its working or not.

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