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Should I remove Intel Network Connections?

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4% remove it96% keep it
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Intel Network Connections

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What is Intel Network Connections?

Intel Network Connections the LAN driver for Intel® Desktop Boards with the Intel PRO Network Connection.

About  (from Intel)

The original equipment manufacturer (OEM) provides support for all network connections that are built into a motherboard and all OEM versions of network adapters. The drivers your computer manufacturer provides are validated to work with your system. Your computer manufacturer might have customized the drivers and soft...  Read more


Intel Network Connections is a software program developed by Intel. The setup package generally installs about 3 files and is usually about 8.15 MB (8,541,031 bytes). Relative to the overall usage of users who have this installed on their PCs, most are running Windows 7 (SP1) and Windows Vista (SP2). While about 51% of users of Intel Network Connections come from the United States, it is also popular in Germany and United Kingdom.

Program detailsProgram details

URL: www.Intel.com
Help link: www.intel.com/support
Installation folder: C:\Program Files\Intel\
Uninstaller: MsiExec.exe /i{47D73AFC-EC15-4B22-96D8-FC4487EBBE57} ARPREMOVE=1
(The Windows Installer is used for the installation, maintenance, and removal.)
Estimated size: 8.15 MB

Program filesFiles installed by Intel Network Connections

  • CrashDmp.exe - Intel® iSCSI Crash Dump Utility
  • ncs2prov.exe - Intel (R) PROSet for Windows* Device Manager (NCS2Prov Module)
  • PROSetCL.exe - Intel(R) PROSet for Windows* Command Line

How do I remove Intel Network Connections?

Quickly and completely remove Intel(R) Network Connections from your computer by downloading Reason's ‘Should I Remove It?’ (click the button below).
Or, you can uninstall Intel Network Connections from your computer by using the Add/Remove Program feature in the Window's Control Panel.
  1. On the Start menu (for Windows 8, right-click the screen's bottom-left corner), click Control Panel, and then, under Programs, do one of the following:
    • Windows Vista/7/8: Click Uninstall a Program.
    • Windows XP: Click Add or Remove Programs.
  2. When you find the program Intel(R) Network Connections, click it, and then do one of the following:
    • Windows Vista/7/8: Click Uninstall.
    • Windows XP: Click the Remove or Change/Remove tab (to the right of the program).
  3. Follow the prompts. A progress bar shows you how long it will take to remove Intel Network Connections.

Win 7 (SP1) 74%
Win Vista 0%
Uninstall it 4%
Keep it 96%

Windows OS versionsWindows

Which Windows OS versions does it run on?
Windows 7 77.00%
Windows Vista 11.14%
Windows XP 8.72%
Windows 10 3.15%
Which OS releases does it run on?
Windows 7 Professional 27.32%
Windows 7 Ultimate 23.41%
Windows 7 Home Premium 20.00%
Microsoft Windows XP 8.54%
Windows Vista Home Premiu... 6.83%
Windows 7 Enterprise 5.12%

Distribution by countryGeography

51.43% of installs come from the United States
Which countries install it?
  United States 51.43%
  Germany 7.24%
  United Kingdom 5.71%
  Canada 5.52%
  France 4.19%
  Italy 2.48%
  Australia 2.29%
  Belgium 1.52%
  Sweden 1.52%
  Netherlands 1.52%
  Taiwan 1.33%
  Thailand 0.95%
  India 0.95%
  South Africa 0.76%

OEM distributionPC manufacturers

What PC manufacturers (OEMs) have it installed?
Dell 35.96%
Intel 17.98%
Acer 15.35%
Hewlett-Packard 13.60%
ASUS 7.89%
American Megatrends 2.19%
Lenovo 2.19%
Sahara 1.75%
Alienware 1.32%
Gateway 0.88%
Common models
Dell Latitude E6540 6.29%
Dell Inspiron 530 5.03%
Dell Studio XPS 435MT 5.03%
Dell Latitude E6420 3.14%
Dell Dell DXP061 2.52%
Acer Aspire M7811 2.52%

About Intel

Intel Corporation is the world's largest semiconductor chip maker and is the inventor of the x86 series of microprocessors found in most personal computers.
Publisher URL: www.intel.com


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