This is probably an edited version of your autoexec.bat file. Open it up in Notepad and you should compare it with the AUTOEXEC.BAT if it exists. Older versions of Windows, and DOS, used this file to load various important programs. But it is not really being used by modern Windows versions, and you can probably delete if it bothers you.
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