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post #21 of 28 (permalink) Old 10-17-2019, 01:48 PM
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Wouldn't that break GFE though?

Possibly, I have no idea, I don't install GFE.


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post #22 of 28 (permalink) Old 10-17-2019, 02:04 PM - Thread Starter
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Possibly, I have no idea, I don't install GFE.
Yeah I actually want GFE to record stuff and whatnot, the integration is so nice.

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Yeah I actually want GFE to record stuff and whatnot, the integration is so nice.
n here i'm trying to figure out how to use shield service without GFE

it is nice though, specially once you've turned off the 4 other overlays being thrown in your face from every other piece of software running.

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Is it recommended to run DDU before running this new installer to clean things up first? Has anyone done that first?

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that was my assumption. How else would you "clean" things up? Purge everything first, then run the tool.

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Don't really see the point in this other than for paranoid to disable telemetry and phoning home, hoping it won't break something by not having said components now or later.
The program simply offers options, if you can't find any use for it than you're hardly forced to use it. It seems like a great program to me, I always prefer having more options and less unnecessary services running in the background. Cheers to W1zzard.

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Is it recommended to run DDU before running this new installer to clean things up first? Has anyone done that first?
The installer doesn't remove anything, so you'll need to run DDU first if you want to ensure that it's really a "cleanstall".

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The installer doesn't remove anything



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