Windows 10: Add a UWP exclusion to MSI Afterburner's OSD

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       01 Nov 2017 #11

    I have updated the tutorial to include the easier option(now option #1), that @Unwinder mentioned above:)
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  2.    01 Nov 2017 #12

    Holding <Shift> is even shorter way, in this case "Add exclusion" window will be displayed instead of "Add profile" and you won't need to manually disable OSD or application detection level for new profiles.
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       01 Nov 2017 #13

    Unwinder said: View Post
    Holding <Shift> is even shorter way, in this case "Add exclusion" window will be displayed instead of "Add profile" and you won't need to manually disable OSD or application detection level for new profiles.
    Ok I'll update it again when I get a chance(make it another option perhaps?).
    I need to get ready for my work day though, thanks again:)
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       04 Nov 2017 #14

    Unwinder said: View Post
    Holding <Shift> is even shorter way, in this case "Add exclusion" window will be displayed instead of "Add profile" and you won't need to manually disable OSD or application detection level for new profiles.
    Cliff S said: View Post
    Ok I'll update it again when I get a chance(make it another option perhaps?).
    I need to get ready for my work day though, thanks again:)
    Ok updated it again by adding the <Shift> option as Option One being the easiest and fastest way for an exclusion.
    Thanks again for the help @Unwinder
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