Windows 10: Successful Application Reconfiguration

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  1.    06 Jan 2016 #11

    [QUOTE=Scuttlescub48;525320]Yes, it is an HP system @AnEdge.

    I guess what I wanted to add on here was when I added Adblock Plus for I.E. on my laptop. I noticed tons of "Successful Application Reconfigurations." I will uninstall the HP Support Assistant Program and the HP Support Framework Program. Thank you for the

    suggestions.[/QUO


    How great are these forums?? Your problems will be fixed...let me know after a day or two, I'll be curious if is...although I pretty much know the answer.
    Have a great day JD
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  2.    06 Jan 2016 #12

    Scuttlescub48 said: View Post
    Yes, it is an HP system @AnEdge.

    I guess what I wanted to add on here was when I added Adblock Plus for I.E. on my laptop. I noticed tons of "Successful Application Reconfigurations." I will uninstall the HP Support Assistant Program and the HP Support Framework Program. Thank you for the suggestions.

    How great are these forums?? Your problems will be fixed...let me know after a day or two, I'll be curious if it is...although I pretty much know the answer.
    Have a great day JD
      My ComputerSystem Spec

  3.    06 Jan 2016 #13

    Scuttlescub48 said: View Post
    Yes, it is an HP system @AnEdge.

    I guess what I wanted to add on here was when I added Adblock Plus for I.E. on my laptop. I noticed tons of "Successful Application Reconfigurations." I will uninstall the HP Support Assistant Program and the HP Support Framework Program. Thank you for the suggestions.

    The ad block wouldn't do anything like that, that's an add on and browser specific...if you have any problems with the HP shout me out, be more than happy to help...I've become very proficient with their systems from sheer desperation!!! pun intended
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  4.    06 Jan 2016 #14

    These forums are great, @AnEdge.
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  5.    06 Jan 2016 #15

    Scuttlescub48 said: View Post
    These forums are great, @AnEdge.

    Watch this video till the end https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TZPWVsno0H8 and don't get crazy with the reliability monitor. Use the monitor as a reference as in the reconfiguration problem. That reconfiguration crap was unnecessary, but things do crash and it happens a lot with the browsers.
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  6.    07 Jan 2016 #16

    @AnEdge,

    Uninstalling HP Support Assistant Program and HP Support Framework Program made a difference. Thanks for the help. I just wish that HP were on the ball. I have a laptop that used to be Windows 8.1 before I upgraded to Windows 10.
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       07 Jan 2016 #17

    Scuttlescub48 said: View Post
    @AnEdge,

    Uninstalling HP Support Assistant Program and HP Support Framework Program made a difference. Thanks for the help. I just wish that HP were on the ball. I have a laptop that used to be Windows 8.1 before I upgraded to Windows 10.
    when buying a new laptop ,its always best to do a clean install when new to rid it of the builders crap software ,HP included .. this is just my opinion ,based on all the laptops I have worked on that were full of crappy programs
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  8.    07 Jan 2016 #18

    Scuttlescub48 said: View Post
    @AnEdge,

    Uninstalling HP Support Assistant Program and HP Support Framework Program made a difference. Thanks for the help. I just wish that HP were on the ball. I have a laptop that used to be Windows 8.1 before I upgraded to Windows 10.

    That's fantastic Scuttlecub. As caperjack said these OEM manufactures put in a lot of crap that kills performance. Clean install on an upgrade is the way to go.
    Wish you the best JD
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       25 Mar 2016 #19

    Scuttlescub48 said: View Post
    Does anyone else on here have the same problem?
    I have the same "problem". I have a HP system. Will perform uninstall operation as suggested by AnEdge.
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