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Windows 7 Performance Popup

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So I have been looking all over the place to try to fix this. But I keep getting "Windows 7 has detected low performance" and turn of Aero and all that awesome performance garbage.

If I click never notify me again will pop up again the next time I play the game. It happens with a lot of games I have and I have played in the past on the same computer without this message popping up. I want to say it was some windows 7 update that may have caused it to go nutty this past few months but I'm not 100% sure.

So I am wondering if there is a fix anyone knows about or something I could alter to just make this message go away. (Note that when I click NEVER NOTIFY ME AGAIN, it will still pop up next time I play said game).
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Right click on your application exe file, then click on properties, click on Compatibility, then check (tick) the "Disable Desktop Composition" option. Now, everytime you start the particular app, windows will disable aero and hopefully your performance nags will disappear. When you close the app, aero will be restored.

It's a "quick fix" I guess you can call it.
    
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