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How To Change Processor Name Permanently In Windows


In this same way i tried to change my Network controller name in to "New Network card", it is changed temporally only . But after reboot it is coming back with default name as " Intel Gigabit Network connection".




How To Change Processor Name Permanently In Windows


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It will change only in "control panel->Network connections" page "Name", but in Device manager page it wont get any change. We want to change friendly name of driver in"Device Manager" page. It means we need to change "Device Name" in Network connections page, not "Name".


Go to This PC (if you have Windows 8/8.1/10) or My Computer in case of Windows 7 or Vista, Right click and select Properties. You will get something like the below screenshot. Yes, we are going to change that Processor name there.


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A typical Amazon EC2 private DNS name for an EC2 instance configured to use IP-based naming with an IPv4 address looks something like this:ip-12-34-56-78.us-west-2.compute.internal, where the nameconsists of the internal domain, the service (in this case, compute),the region, and a form of the private IPv4 address. Part of this hostname is displayedat the shell prompt when you log into your instance (for example,ip-12-34-56-78). Each time you stop and restart your Amazon EC2instance (unless you are using an Elastic IP address), the public IPv4 address changes,and so does your public DNS name, system hostname, and shell prompt.


If you have a public DNS name registered for the IP address of your instance (suchas webserver.mydomain.com), you can set the system hostname soyour instance identifies itself as a part of that domain. This also changes theshell prompt so that it displays the first portion of this name instead of thehostname supplied by AWS (for example, ip-12-34-56-78). If youdo not have a public DNS name registered, you can still change the hostname, but theprocess is a little different.


For Amazon Linux AMI: On your instance, open the/etc/sysconfig/network configuration filein your favorite text editor and change the HOSTNAMEentry to reflect the fully qualified domain name (such aswebserver.mydomain.com).


For Amazon Linux AMI: On your instance, open the/etc/sysconfig/network configuration filein your favorite text editor and change the HOSTNAMEentry to reflect the desired system hostname (such aswebserver).


Edit the file and change the shell prompt variable (PS1) to display yournickname instead of the hostname. Find the following line that sets theshell prompt in /etc/bashrc or/etc/bash.bashrc (several surrounding lines areshown below for context; look for the line that starts with ["$PS1"):


Your hostname is a vital piece of system information that you need to keep track of as a system administrator. Hostnames are the designations by which we separate systems into easily recognizable assets. This information is especially important to make a note of when working on a remotely managed system. I have experienced multiple instances of companies changing the hostnames or IPs of storage servers and then wondering why their data replication broke. There are many ways to change your hostname in Linux; however, in this article, I'll focus on changing your name as viewed by the network (specifically in Red Hat Enterprise Linux and Fedora).


Before moving on from the hostname command, I'll show you how to use it to change your transient hostname. Using hostname (where x is the new hostname), you can change your network name quickly, but be careful. I once changed the hostname of a customer's server by accident while trying to view it. That was a small but painful error that I overlooked for several hours. You can see that process below:


It is also possible to use the hostnamectl command to change your hostname. This command, in conjunction with the right flags, can be used to alter all three types of hostnames. As stated previously, for the purposes of this article, our focus is on the transient hostname. The command and its output look something like this:


The final method to look at is the sysctl command. This command allows you to change the kernel parameter for your transient name without having to reboot the system. That method looks something like this:


I hope that you found this information useful as a quick and easy way to manipulate your machine's network-visible hostname. Remember to always be careful when changing system hostnames, especially in enterprise environments, and to document changes as they are made.


This post will show you how to change System Information in Windows 10/8/7 using free software like Ultimate Windows Tweaker, Windows Info Box Editable, and Windows OEM Info Editor.Change System Information in Windows 101] Ultimate Windows Tweakerif(typeof ez_ad_units!='undefined')ez_ad_units.push([[728,90],'thewindowsclub_com-box-4','ezslot_3',826,'0','0']);__ez_fad_position('div-gpt-ad-thewindowsclub_com-box-4-0');You can use our freeware Ultimate Windows Tweaker. You will see the setting under the Additional tweaks tab. Click on Edit OEM information to get started.2] Windows Info Box Editableif(typeof ez_ad_units!='undefined')ez_ad_units.push([[728,90],'thewindowsclub_com-medrectangle-4','ezslot_2',829,'0','0']);__ez_fad_position('div-gpt-ad-thewindowsclub_com-medrectangle-4-0');This free tool lets you change or edit the System Information easily.Once you have downloaded this portable app, run its .exe file. To start editing the information, hit Enter. In the box which opens, type the information you want to be changed. Click OK to change the next parameter.This app lets you change Windows edition, processor name, RAM, System Type, Computer name, full computer name, full description, and Workgroup.Do note that I have not tried it, but you can download it from here. (UPDATE: Please read comments first)3] Windows OEM Info EditorYou can also download Windows OEM Info Editor. It also allows you to change OEM information like Manufacturer, Model, etc.Also read: Add or Change OEM Information in Windows by modifying the Registry.


These processor technologies can greatly increase the speed of multitasking and using demanding programs, but abnormal CPU usage situations can still arise. If you see a background process with a name like Runtime Broker, Windows Session Manager, or Cortana at the top of the CPU column when you hit 100% CPU usage, then you have an issue.


@ivan-filippov Same story with me.I'm not a computer novice with 20+ years in IT hardware service (inc board level), nothing had changed from first setup in my 5900x system, was running perfectly for 2 weeks, all stock beside memory, Hard Reset with WHEA 18 error while using Chrome.You can stress test the CPU all day and it won't happen, it only on idle or low loads where you will get hard resets/WHEA errors.This indicates there's a voltage drop when the CPU isn't under normal loads.Here's the catch increasing voltages slightly does nothing beside cause way more heat on heavy loads, you will still get the WHEA.But why doesn't it happen straight away or a few days in once the machine is setup, why 2 - 3 weeks later when nothing has change or updated in the system, to me that comes across like degradation within the CPU, more so needing consistent voltage even under lower load situations.Reproduction of the issue is sit and wait on low loads, ie: Chrome (doing anything), Email open etc, then walk away.I for one don't trust AMD's RMA replacement (if I could of got one) because the same problem will arise, and has for many others with their RMA replacements.You can't put the blame on the users all the time, with what now seems to be 100's of people having the EXACT same issue with different combinations of hardware, the determining factor is these Ryzen 5 CPU's, namely the higher end CPU's.I've been running a 10900k Intel rig since taking back my 5900x/Dark Hero, I have hammered the cpu, good overclock, completely stable, left on overnight for days, less 2 cores yes, but I'll take that over instability.


Hi, dunno if someone had the final answer.In my case, newly installed 5900x on a msi mpg x570 gaming plus.at first Computer never booted etc.Problem was the bios, impossible to boot on bios and so, impossible to update.Solution was to download the file, change the name, put it on all my usb key, the one that worked was the oldest usb 2.0And finnaly with the flash button, everything was installed correctly.After that, random crash/ reboot etc? temps and everything was fine.Had to update again to the last beta one, and to launch only on game boost on the bios, it puts a fix value for the 5900x and then never crashed again.


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Changing drive letters will allow re-arranging drives in the This PC folder. This can be useful after you add an extra drive or create a new partition. For example, you might want to change its drive letter to display it before the DVD drive. Also, when you change the drive letter of a USB drive, it will be assigned permanently. Often Windows 10 randomly changes the drive letter for external drives when you connect them, so this way you can make this process more predictable. 350c69d7ab


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