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    Intel's vPro business computing platform shows up on many spec sheets, but what is it really? And do you need it in your PC?
    Buying the right laptop or desktop PC to suit your needs isn't always an easy process, and when deciding on a processor (CPU), you might question what Intel vPro is and whether or not you really need it. Intel offers a wide range of CPUs for myriad devices, and there's a chance you're reading this on a device already powered by one of its vPro-brand chips, especially if you're using a business-focused PC. This guide to Intel vPro should help casual PC users understand the technology and understand where the need might arise.

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    01-15-2021 07:11 AM

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