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ASC 9 beta 2.0 suggestions for Windows 10.


MarkThompson

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The new Windows 10 release lacks the ease of personalization as Windows 7 does for quite a few many things. For example, there is the lack of ability in Windows 10 through its user interface to stop or hide updates for wired connections, even in the professional version. Windows 10 only allows you to set a wifi connection to "metered", which in effect causes Windows 10 to use less bandwidth and not automatically download updates. Its possible to change this, but only if you manually modify the registry, use the local group policy editor or use a 3rd party program. It would be very convenient for ASC 9 to have a setting to do this. It would definitely assist the gaming mode plan under turbo boost configuration if you could set a wired connection to metered by just enabling the boost. It could prevent unneccessary lag in online games for people who don't have really fast internet.

 

MS doesn't provide a built in way to hide updates in Windows 10, but there is software that can do it in the link below. Maybe this is something that could be implemented?

 

 

 

How to Prevent Windows 10 From Automatically Downloading Updates

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I think it would be weird for asc to allow you to hide updates as it will install the updates if you do not use windows update (These are important)

 

The idea of allowing it to meter your wired connection could be a handy addition to the boost function.

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The option to change some of these settings, such as the ability to hide updates you don't need, or disable updates probably aren't recommended for the everyday user, but there are more proficient users like me who would love to be able to do this without spending hours googling and downloading a variety of 3rd party programs, or MS addons, or manually editing or hacking the registry. Including these in an "advanced options" setting with one of the IObit utilities that works in conjunction with ASC 9.0 would be sufficient, and very helpful IMO.

 

The option to disable/enable windows defender would be nice as well. There is a 3rd party program for Windows 10 called "no defender" (in the link below). Windows defender is contrary to the operation of my PC, and its not personally needed. Although the average user wouldn't want to disable this. Again, this should be an "advanced option".

 

Anyone can browse MS help forums and find topics about lots of people complaining about the lack of customization features in Windows 10 without jumping through a bunch of hoops, and MS personnel seem more adamant about defending their lack of features than offering solutions to users. And this has been a cause of frustration for a lot of windows 10 users. So there definitely is a demand for a program that can pack a lot of these customization features in without making people jump through a bunch of hoops. Currently I don't believe anyone else offers software that can do this.

 

http://www.intowindows.com/how-to-disable-windows-defender-permanently-in-windows-10/

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