Is there a file I can edit, an app I can use, or a command that I can use at startup to set the CPU governor to performance in Pop! OS? I google around for ways to accomplish this but they don't stick permanently as after I reboot, the CPU governor is set back to schedutil mode, even if running this command at startup: echo performance | sudo tee /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu*/cpufreq/scaling_governor. Sure, I can just use the gamemoderun command for each app I want to run with the CPU in performance mode but I want my CPU to be in performance mode globally in Linux. If not, is there a way to have gamemode run at the global level in Linux, so I don't have to do it for each game or benchmark. At least in Windows, the power management has the option to set the minimum processor state and that setting does stick after a reboot. In Linux I'm doing too much work to accomplish simple things such as this.