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If there was a popup, it certainly doesn't populatorate itself up where it should when you're gaming in fullscreen!


XP did this too. I had to track down the settings deep in the bowels of the Control Panels to tell the stupid thing to stop it. I lost hours of work the first time. I would have loved to issue a swift boot to the head to those engineers. To me, that sort of update setting *as a default* (it's dumb as an option at all, but to set it as the default?) is simply beyond incompetence and into malicious territory.
Remind me not to get on your bad side! (likes my gonads how they are)
You said it far more politely than I ever would. And yeah, as above, I had this issue with XP as well.
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