Intel throughput enhancement configuration removal from wireless Adapter Properties tab
Intel throughput enhancement feature was an Intel proprietary method for packet burst control for the Intel® wireless LAN adapter. It was controlled through the wireless adapter Advanced Properties tab. The default setting was Disabled.
This feature has been removed from wireless driver version 220.127.116.11 and subsequent releases because the Wi-Fi Multimedia* (WMM) specification is now ratified, thus the proprietary burst mode is no longer needed.
WMM is configured by the AP, and will be supported by the Intel adapters automatically.
This applies to: