What is iFrmewrk.exe? Is iFrmewrk.exe spyware or a virus?
How to fix iFrmewrk.exe related problems?
1. Run Security Task Manager to check your iFrmewrk process
2. Run Windows Repair Tool to repair iFrmewrk.exe related Windows Errors
3. Run MalwareBytes to remove persistent malware
Process name: Intel Framework Application
Product: Intel PROSet/Wireless
Company: Intel (intel.com)
A background configuration process for the Intel PROSet Wireless components, iFrmewrk.exe enforces configuration settings. Packaged with a user interface, it can be accessed by clicking the PROSet Wireless icon in the Windows System Tray. From there you can set specific configuration settings that determine how your wireless device functions. If this process stops working or crashes, your wireless card will still function, but any additional configuration set through this utility will not be enforced. Founded in 1986, Intel is best known for inventing the x86 microprocessor. Today they continue to focus on microprocessors and integrated circuit technology and have a large library of products available for home PCs, both hardware and software.
If you want a detailed security rating about your iFrmewrk.exe (and all other running background processes) read the following user opinions, and download the free trial version of Security Task Manager.
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Average user rating of iFrmewrk.exe: based on 32 votes. Read also the 21 reviews.
650 users ask for this file. 20 users rated it as not dangerous. 4 users rated it as not so dangerous. 6 users rated it as neutral. 2 users rated it as little bit dangerous. 2 users didn't rate it ("don't know").
|All comments about iFrmewrk.exe:|
|part of Intel Wireless Binaeric|
|iFrmewrk.exe is a process associated with the Intel PRO/Set Wireless softwareand provides additional configuration options for these devices. This program is non-essential process to the running of the system, but should not be terminated unless suspected to be causing problems. Craig|
|Intel WiFi system bar icon . After killing this process, system bar icon disappear. WiFi still functioning wine. This process use much CPU too. EstoniaMan|
|It's constantly taking up 40% of CPU and 38M of memory on my laptop|
|On my system it uses approx 95% of CPU. I have never seen it END the processing. Although it has something to do with Wi-Fi I do not know what and appears to have no positive affect, only negative. I rate it dangerous as nothing else can be done until you FORCE the process to end. Quentin Feduchin|
|I found this process running on a machine infected with a Vundo Trojan virus. Check you LSA providers with Sysinternals "Autoruns" and remove iframe providers if found. See also: Link Noonz|
|intel wireless, not dangerous but can take up some processor resources joelmax|
|Intel WiFi - uses 90 percent of CPU, to be able to work with laptop i need to terminate this process. no failures or other difficulties occure when proces terminated. matus horvath (slovakia)|
|part of intel pro/set wirless task bar icon for conectivity dw not important just end it alz187|
|uses 90%+CPU. Locks up computer. I have disabled in MSConfig. WinXPSP3. Belongs to Intel Wireless Pro. I think it is useless. Chicago Ed|
|Part of Intel Wifi, but uses alot of CPU. Terminated it without any side effects STL -frican|
|this program will take ~2-5% of computer as well as ~5mb of ram, if much more probably a virus. (may have something to do with icon in the bottom left) It is definitely not vital, so feel free to delete it, and save some of that cpu prossesing power!! koma|
|Although the statement above says "Stopping or removing this program will not adversely affect the operation of your network card", I found this to be ABSOLUTELY WRONG! Unchecking this process on/from the startup menu on my Dell Inspiron E1505 Laptop caused my built-in Intel Wireless Card to be unable to automatically, or manually, connect to my home WiFi network. The Intel Wireless icon also disappeared from the lower-right taskbar. I would strongly suggest NOT removing or inactivating this process if you want to be able to connect your computer via its WiFi card. MikeFinkle|
|I just use the Windows wireless management service so I disabled thgis in the services console with no adverse effects. It got rid of the annoying system tray icon!|
|I play a lot of online games and use a program called GameBooster that shuts down unnecesary programs temporarily. I checked this one off and nothing adverse seems to happen. Carl|
|hasn't caused me any problems... Sumx!|
|Takes up alot of system resources appeares clean.|
|Killed the process, WiFi still works. I restarted WiFi with key combination and it still works. Card: Intel N1030 (Dell Inspiron N5110), Windows 7 64-bit. Safe to remove from startup! Tenev|
|First,set your WIFI Settings to be controlled by Windows. Then Kill the process. dv|
|I just repaired it at the control panel, instead of removing, and wifi works fine. jay|
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