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The igfxpers.exe process is a part of the configuration utilities for NVidia graphics card. It is responsible for providing additional configuration options for these devices and allows users to set various diagnostic options on Nvidia graphics cards. This process will be listed in the task if you use NVidia video card like many computers do.

Recommendation:

The igfxpers.exe process is a non-essential process. But we recommend that you should not disable it as it is required by NVidia graphics card to function normally. 

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Ed Lake
Intel Common User Interface Persistance Module in C:\Windows\System32
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Ernesto
smater_one, some people do not understand what are you trying to say. es muy simple (google translate): The first comment say: is a process installed alongside NVidia graphics cards. AND NOTHING HAS TO DO THIS PROCESS WITH NVidia, but, INTEL. JUST INTEL, NOT Nvidia. My laptop is runing this process, and does not has anything from NVidia, is runing intel chipset graphic... the first comment, is a bad information.
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LittleMurs
Just to add to the last comment from Chris, this process also is automatically installed and set to run at startup for boards with onboard Intel graphics. So once you install a graphics card, you would almost certainly want to at least disable these at startup, if not delete them.
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Chris
I think what smarter_one is trying to say is that this is for Intel not Nvidia. I have the process running and my computer doesn't have an nvidia card in it. But yes its for the GUI configuration tool for Intel Graphic cards
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James 007
yep on my Toshiba laptop when I first started it up & for the first time saw my new laptops desktop screen.Indeed there is two processes that belong to INTEL Config options.Since I had not yet suft the net,there is NO-WAY it\'s spy\\malware etc.\"smarter_one\" is in my opinion a paranoid dick that knows everything better but does\'nt do the research.igfxprs.exe on the other hand ,plus other \"weird\" programs spelled almost similar to the Intel Exes,are very suspect,but my Sbybot search & destroy Freeware got rid of them real quick  More information
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SouthHero205
Found this information on DelphiFAQ.com: \"These two programs (igfxtray.exe and igfxpers.exe)are configuration utilities for your NVidia graphics card. You can remove them from your startup sequence if you don\'t change your card\'s configuration frequently. I found that my notebook computer automatically switches its graphic card\'s resolution when I dock it into a docking station with monitor or connect it to an external monitor. It switches from 1024x768 to 1280x1024. When I remove the external monitor it switches back to 1024x768. These two processes are responsible for this feature. I suggest to remove these processes only if you don\'t need the above described feature.  More information
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Sean
Would love to know what \"smarter_one\" is trying to say.
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smarter_one
Intel(R) Common User Interface as an Nvidia software? Thanks for the help, nice try! :)
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dave sanders
gfxpers.exe is a process installed alongside NVidia graphics cards and provides additional configuration options for these devices. This program is a non-essential process, but should not be terminated unless suspected to be causing problems.
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