Depending on the disk on your PC, there might not be an improvement by disabling any of those apps.
If you have a SSD as a boot disk you might not see a difference.
McAfee will use the more noticeable resources, from those apps, but you should not disable it for obvious reasons.
Intel and HP could be disabled.
 
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Depending on the disk on your PC, there might not be an improvement by disabling any of those apps.
If you have a SSD as a boot disk you might not see a difference.
McAfee will use the more noticeable resources, from those apps, but you should not disable it for obvious reasons.
Intel and HP could be disabled.
 
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Depending on the disk on your PC, there might not be an improvement by disabling any of those apps.
If you have a SSD as a boot disk you might not see a difference.
McAfee will use the more noticeable resources, from those apps, but you should not disable it for obvious reasons.
Intel and HP could be disabled.
I've got an HDD and a slow computer, and i wanted to improve performance. Would it make any difference or shall i be safe and leave them enabled
 

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