When installing Paint.net (the Windows app), it actually create a restore point. This is a bit strange as when installing other apps, this isn't seen. Does anybody know why that is?
Another thing is that it actually "optimize performance"... and takes 20 to 30 seconds to do that. I thought only real time game or real time application do that. The non-real-time app don't usually check for performance. For example, installing Irfan View or other graphical app usually won't do that. Does anybody know why?