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I recently installed QuietMBP to try to take care of some noise issues by adjusting the CPU usage.
After 1 day I removed the application, but my battery life seems to have gone down. I'm not sure if that application still has an effect on my processor, but is there a way to set the CPU back to default settings?
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Try resetting your Mac's PRAM AND NVRAM:
Resetting your Mac's PRAM and NVRAM
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Was this app a drag and drop or did it have an installer? If it had an installer did you use the uninstaller or just drag it to the trash?

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Neither, actually. It would just run as soon as it was opened.
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