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what is this CFAgent?

it runs at startup and i found it on my admin account

is it supposed to be there or not?

help....
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Are you dual booting with Linux or do you have a Linux VM running from Fusion or Parallels?
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no!

i am very un-intelligible when it comes to that.

i was looking for reasons why my mac has slowed down and came across it.

i have google it but with not much luck. should it be there?
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Remove it and see what happens. And... DO NOT cross post! You posted this to three different forums.
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sorry
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