uhm, tolerance for anything can be inculcated, but that doesn't mean it's a standard we should strive for. People in war zones still laugh, dance and live life, but it's a huge leap in logic to say "we should all be fine with war zones because it just takes some getting used to".You must not have grown up playing Goldeneye on the N64. Tolerance for lower FPS can be inculcated if you play it long enough. Playing overseas on a 720p TV@30Hz with a GTX 880M laptop for months in 2014 trained my brain to be fine with it even though I had 144Hz monitors, a 5930K, and 780Ti SLI back home. Many amongst the average PC gamers are happy with the smoothness they have been conditioned to, even if that is well below 1080p/60FPS. Really they are the smart ones, saves them a lot of $$ and doesn't impact their enjoyment.
Sorry friend, I made a typo, duh, it is called "wufuc" not mufuc. It's avaliable at GitHub.I did some searching and could not find "mufuc". Would you please share a link? That would be great.
There it is! Thank you friend!Sorry friend, I made a typo, duh, it is called "wufuc" not mufuc. It's avaliable at GitHub.
Disables the "Unsupported Hardware" message in Windows Update, and allows you to continue installing updates on Windows 7 and 8.1 systems with Intel Kaby Lake, AMD Ryzen, or other unsuppo...github.com