I've been running the released version of Windows 10 (x64) for a week now. Every other day or so, I get the following Security and Maintenance notification regarding "disable apps to help improve performance":
My machine has 12 cores and 32GB of RAM--I really am not experiencing any slowdown. Note: when you click the notification, it shows Task Manager on the Startup tab where you can disable items in the startup--I don't want or need this.
The apps that display as having a High Startup impact are apps that I want to load at startup.
In previous Windows versions, if the Action Center had a message about Anti-Virus protection or Windows Update or Backups, you could go into the Action Center and tell it to not bother you with any more messages about it.
How can I tell windows not to bug me about this non-issue?
Edit: A couple of suggestions that didn't work:
- Right-click the notification and then choose never to receive that type of notification any more. NOPE
- Control Panel -> System and Security -> Security and Maintenance -> Change Security and Maintenance Settings -> Startup Apps. Unfortunately Startup apps is disabled (and checked)