Windows 10: How to be sure kernel mode is pure and not just enabled partly?
How to be sure kernel mode is pure and not just enabled partly?
I was going through my bios and i ran into the option to disable memory protection so i turned it of just to see what would happen and the outcome is beautiful so i did some research looking at forums,looking at Microsofts website and all i came accross was turning off memory protection is kernel mode, it gives me higher privlages on my system the performance i got is awesome but it does leave me vulnerable to attacks to my ram and it codes freely which is another problem but turning off memory protection makes my system feel awesome and this is where my question comes in is there any tweaks or anything that needs to be done that makes kernel mode more stable besides realtime protection antivirus and spy and adware realtime protection.
Basically what im asking is, is there anything else that needs to be done to make sure im running pure kernel mode and if im not what needs to be done? Thanks in advance
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