'Total Background Check', and 'CPU Frequenz'
Total Background Check
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Pulling out your hair trying to figure out why your PC is running so excruciatingly slow this afternoon? Then try the very handy new program CPU Frequenz, a small tool to accurately identify the CPU frequency.
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