you have to disable S Mode to run any third party or none certified Microsoft software it's Microsoft's way of saying okay you got hacked and you have viruses and you're the one that took it out of s mode so it's your fault... Avast Avira Free and Norton are all good anti-viruses Norton is a little heavy on the CPU and memory uses but you know who cares when you have 32 gigs of RAM and an 8-core processor
I thought it was a way of Microsoft primaroritizing a system so it cannot be integrated with any other so it lessens a persons ability to be more anonymous on the web by the use of VPN's so you can be held accountable for your actions and by doing so essentially violates the terms you checkmarked making you liable for computer shutdown aswell as enact a way to perform criminal prosecution if necessary on those who don't comply...,,,,
Wouldn't downloading Norton to my PC and Norton disabling windows defender essentially doing the same thing even though it integrates seamlessly with my computer without disabling anything.?
You'd think so but security is another issue entirely with Microsoft as they get paid by companies like Norton to be able to intergrate with Windows10 but I could be wrong...
If you know how to custom tailor the install of Windws 10s will you ever know the capabilities with less problems of the system....Its like a cell phone...You have to disable and uninstall everything you don't use aswell as disable their background processes , location plus their abilities to be upgraded,reloaded etc..If you manually disable the camera and microphone from the board a lot of things you dont want to happen wont happen either after-all the device manager has lots of say with-in the system still so if it doesn't register to the device manager it isn't even considered nor does it become a problem..LOL...
Geee 8 core processor...Youre a baller...lol...I only got a few I7 9700 processors on Gigabyte Z370 Aorus Gaming 7 boards inside 3 towers with high capacity cooling..Seeings youre in the biz why are you not rocking an I9 yet?
32 gigs is nice and although the gaming boards I have in my old azz towers can handle 32 gigs but overclock better and get game quality graphics better at 16 gigs...Im also running Corsair Vengence RGB overclocking nice n steady at 3200mhz
If I was a photo or video editor would I have the need for 32gigs so why add the extra stress on the processor..
Even my junky old getaround/garage laptop is rocking at its maximum of 16 gigs and when Im on and doing quite a bit on it-it doesn't even use nothing on the processor and its just a lowly ole I5 overclocked to 2666mhz that works flawlessly......LOL
I recently bought a new laptop with I7 processor because Im a cheap baztard and it was on an extended Black Friday sale.but I had to give it to my office manager of my newest start-up company to use after the office where EPR sent his billet cag engine to caught fire due to a faulty lithium ion battery in that new **** cellphone I waited for and it burned pretty badly...
Oldschoole eye candy below..All still work too and ones even got windows95 another has Win98 aswell as one having windows 2000 also Windows XP Home also Xp professional and last one has Windows Vista....LOL
I have 4 more laptops with Windows 7 , Windows 8 , and Windows 10 too..
Actually 5 more laptops if you count the newest I7 I donated
Besides the 3 towers I also have an old e-machine desktop wth 500 gig harddrive in the attic with windows 7 installed in it and all except for the 3 bigdog towers are maxxed-out on memory too..
Whats the brand of the of ram youre running?//
Don't get me started on game systems either....I still have my old Atari 2600 with like 200 cartridges along with 7 other super oldschoole game systems like Atari5200,Colecovision,Turbo Grafix 16,Sega Saturn,Nintendo,Pong and Telstar............LOL