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Updates should make things better, right?
GIGABYTE apparently decided to go the other way. AORUS ENGINE (GPU driver of some sort) was working really nice, but then.. There was that Awesome™ update that split its functionality into two pieces of software ~ introducing RGB Fusion for LED management. Of course, I didn't like that right from the beginning ~ I so dislike having to install more software, than necessary.
Anyway, that aside, holy balls! Not only it has less options, but it also is almost like a virus of some sort. That Amazing!™ software seem to open command prompt (?) once in a while ~ like once per hour or two. It literally appears for just few milliseconds, so it's hard to tell what it exactly is. The problem is, that this ultra-quick pop-up steals the focus of the window, so if you're working on something, there is that chance, that it will randomly interrupt you for these few milliseconds. And the worst thing is, that if you're playing a game on fullscreen mode, it successfully minimizes the game and throws you to desktop.
At first I was kinda scared, that something is not right with my system in general, but thankfully this is the only software I have installed lately and also thankfully it started doing this immediately, so I knew it had something to do with it, which saved me some hassle. I disabled that software and everything is back to normal. I hope they'll fix this as soon as possible.
Seems like everyone loves that new Fantastic™ feature.
When software opens command prompt, you know something is not good, unless when that window is opened, you get to see what is going on, and the software does tell you why it does this and what the purpose is for.
But that should also be a background process, meaning that it does NOT EVER interrupt whatever the end user is doing. So, as far as I can tell, there's some Microsoft EULA that the software in question is breaching by having such behavior.
Everything before update was working fine, I have no idea what they were trying to achieve with that update. I'm pretty sure it's a bug of some sort, rather than intentional behavior, because there's no way anybody would want to deal with such thing. Not interrupting the user is obvious, even without EULA ~ No one wants that, so the soft ends up being uninstalled.
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