The WINDOWS Thread (8,9,10 and beyond!)

Discussion in 'Third party hardware, software and accessories' started by Bluekaze, Sep 14, 2011.

  1. raypin

    raypin PhilMUG Addict Member

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    Mm…I ll roll the dice. Thanks.
     
  2. Roman

    Roman Let's hug it out!
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    You rolled back to Windows 10 because there are software the "might not work" meaning you haven't experienced any problems yet but you still rolled back?
     
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    I don't want to take the risk since critical ang industrial software na minamanage ko. Better be safe than sorry.
     
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    I run Windows 11 on Ryzen 3600. So far, so good. Still, that AMD patch would be welcome.
     
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  6. max_Moon

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    So I did a clean install of Windows 11 on my gaming rig. First couple of things that I did was to left-align the start button and taskbar shortcuts because of muscle memory and restore the old right-click context menu via registry edit since I need the app-specific context menu items to be readily selectable at all times.

    W11 works fine except for a few issues with certain games and apps. Managed to find workarounds for most of them except for one game that wouldn't even launch anymore.

    I wish the snap layouts can be edited like how it's done with the FancyZones Power Toy.

    I enabled Memory Integrity (HVCI) in the Core Isolation (VBS) settings and I didn't notice any performance regression in my games with a 9th gen Intel Core CPU.
     

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