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    0Gungrave0 posted on Sep 11, 2021 11:23:47 PM - Report post
     
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    Valorant apparently is now making use of TPM & Secure Boot on W11 to try and block cheats. Being purely an online game that's not a bad thing of course.

    Wondering if this might pose a problem if implemented on games that aren't solely multiplayer.

    I doubt it because almost no one takes issue with people wanting to cheat in a single player game unless its someone with weird morals about cheating in singleplayer.

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    DABhand posted on Sep 17, 2021 4:50:18 PM - Report post
     
    Microsoft has probably done Motherboard manufacturers a favour, for people to continue getting windows they need Secure Boot enabled devices including a motherboard that allows it (UEFI).

    However one thing that is annoying UEFI and Windows 10/11 Installer can throw a wobbly if you try to install with an NVMe drive that is not UEFI capable, you will get an error in regards to the winload.efi file not being compatible etc.

    And TPM is a pain in the ass for people who like to use multiple external devices and swap them around a lot, that means having to reset the TPM cache constantly to keep up.

    To be honest W11 would be better if it required neither and allowed it to be an optional state for installing. It may well end up that way when people refuse to move to W11 because of it.

    The best part of W11 though I do like, when it is fully integrated without bugs, is the native .apk incorporation into the Windows shell, so you can run android apps directly from windows with no need for Android emulators like Bluestacks etc. I am sure they will hate them for that, but it was inevitable that it would happen, it is MS after all they are infamous for stealing popular ideas.
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    Whesel posted on Sep 18, 2021 12:32:46 AM - Report post
     
    Trainers had been working smoothly for me too, on win 11.

    And I do agree with 0x90, the submenu on RMB is a tad annoying. From the devs view, I can see the idea with this, but for a consumer , it's a bit tedious. Lest clutter perhaps or maybe some other wanky thought fro mthe devs, donno. As mentioned, there might be a reg edit option somewhere in the future, or a small app to iron this out.
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    Skeet8385 posted on Sep 18, 2021 3:14:37 AM - Report post
     
    Hi guys. I am planning to upgrade from W10 to 11 also, but am concerned about Trainers. I read on here that Trainers work, but what about the Trainers for older games, that used the older Trainer format (ex: Jade Empire Special Edition)? Thoughts and help appreciated 🙂
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    PWizard posted on Sep 18, 2021 7:20:09 AM - Report post
     
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    Hi guys. I am planning to upgrade from W10 to 11 also, but am concerned about Trainers. I read on here that Trainers work, but what about the Trainers for older games, that used the older Trainer format (ex: Jade Empire Special Edition)? Thoughts and help appreciated 🙂

    They should work too.

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    AS185 posted on Sep 21, 2021 2:40:09 PM - Report post
     
    quote:
    originally posted by merseymal

    Valorant apparently is now making use of TPM & Secure Boot on W11 to try and block cheats. Being purely an online game that's not a bad thing of course.

    Wondering if this might pose a problem if implemented on games that aren't solely multiplayer.

    Well, I believe also that is a good approach by Valorant. Other gaming studios should take note of that. I hope they don't consider this to single-player games.

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